Hydroponics Farming The Way Forward For Sustainability And Food Security For Profitability Symposium
With the Covid-19 pandemic having decimated various sectors, leaving many without jobs, some people have set their sights on entrepreneurship opportunities. Agribusiness enterprises (including primary and secondary activities) were popular choices, including hydroponic farming. Hydroponics Farming in South Africa has grown over the years and has proven to farmers and investors alike that it can produce high yields and exceptional quality of high value crops efficiently while mitigating production and environmental risks.
The Agribusiness Development Agency (ADA), Acting Chief Executive officer Mr Siyabonga Mazibuko, today at the Hydroponics farmers symposium hosted by the KPR conferences and Trading Pty Ltd speaks on the status of agriculture in South Africa and government’s role in transformation within the sector, and some of the interventions and strategies the ADA has planned for the financial year. He further elaborated on ADA service delivery programmes, strategic programmes (commercial value chain approach), funding approach and project implementation.