WE SET UP A HYDROPONIC FARM IN AURANGABAD
Aurangabad is the largest city in the Marathwada region. Located on a hilly upland terrain in the Deccan Traps, Aurangabad is the fifth-most populous urban area in Maharashtra with a population of 1,175,116. The city is known as a major production center of cotton textiles and artistic silk fabrics. Several prominent educational institutions, including Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, are located in the city. The city is also a popular tourism hub, with tourist destinations like the Ajanta and Ellora caves lying on its outskirts, both of which have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1983. Other tourist attractions include the Aurangabad Caves, Daulatabad Fort, Grishneshwar Temple, Jama Mosque, Bibi Ka Maqbara, Himayat Bagh, Panchakki, and Salim Ali Lake. Historically, there were 52 Gates in Aurangabad, some of them extant, because of which Aurangabad is nicknamed the “City of Gates”. In 2019, the Aurangabad Industrial City (AURIC) became the first greenfield industrial smart city in India under the country’s flagship Smart Cities Mission.
According to the 2011 Indian Census, Aurangabad has a population of 1,175,116, of which 609,206 are males and 565,910 are females. The population in the age range of 0 to 6 years is 158,779. The total number of literates in Aurangabad was 889,224, which constituted 75.67% of the population with male literacy of 79.34% and female literacy of 71.72%. The effective literacy rate of the 7+ population of Aurangabad was 87.5%, of which the male literacy rate was 92.2% and the female literacy rate was 82.5%. The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes populations are 229,223 and 15,240 respectively. There were 236659 households in Aurangabad in 2011.
Why set up a Hydroponic farm in Aurangabad?
- Rapidly growing population.
- Increasing the spending capacity of public.
- Fast market realization and penetration.
- Easy road and airport access to grow the export market.
Farming has evolved from what it once was. Today, you no longer need acres of land to grow your own vegetables. You can even farm without any soil. This is known as hydroponic farming. Growing plants hydroponically relies entirely on water.
It is also important to note that this method reduces the amount of water required to grow plants compared to traditional farming. It also offers a higher yield while using minimum space since hydroponic farms are arranged vertically instead of horizontally.
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