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UNS Digital Technologies has already set up units of hydroponic farming plants in and around the location of Kolar, Karnataka.

UNS is actively planning to expand at multiple locations within India and then move overseas by exporting. Exotic fruits and vegetables include Broccoli, Arugula, Chinese cabbage, Kale, Lettuce, Berries, Celery and many more.

More and more number of normal farmers are being transformed into TECHNOFARMERS by UNS as well through Webinars, Trainings, Residential Camps, Field Trips, Direct Demos etc.

Along with Education about Hydroponic farming by UNS to a lot of people across in the fashions mentioned, UNS does support the Technofarmers in selling the produce to the consumers through 2 ways. One, by directly buying the produce from the farmers, two, by bridging the Technofarmers directly with the Buyers of small and large scale.

1. Demand for Organic Farming Products
Global food quality has declined dramatically during the last decade. In contrast, people's awareness of healthy and high-quality food has grown, creating a demand for organic, chemical-free items.

2. Efficient Way of Farming
Hydroponic farming is the most efficient way of farming. It is also known as soilless farming as it uses liquid nutrient solution instead of traditional soil. This solution contains necessary plant nutrients mixed in water.
Therefore, only the required amount of nutrients and water is supplied which minimizes wastage of resources. Because hydroponic farming is done in a climate-controlled enclosed room, crops can be grown all year round, regardless of the seasons.

3. Demand for Emergency Food
The emergency food market is expanding globally, Thanks to offline as well as online vendors and its marketing. This demand includes the demand for exotic vegetables like kale, lettuce, broccoli, and cilantro which are essential ingredients of inter-continental cuisines.

Hydroponic gardening can help with the cultivation of these exotic vegetables while also maintaining crop quality.