How Nigerians Produce Food without Soil

Published on May 20, 2019 by

Soilless farming from the name is self-explanatory just like its counterpart, soil farming. In today’s video, we will be meeting with our guest, Samson who practices modern farming. He explains to us how his team and himself go through the daily routines of how to nurture crops till the maturity stage without the use of soil. And these seem to be a very effective way to change the traditional method and serves as a means to farm alternatively.

In recent times, Agriculture remains the base of the Nigerian economy providing one of the major sources of livelihood for most Nigerians outside oil.

Nigerians are now finding their way back into agriculture and these have become a trending business for the enlightened few.


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  • Cynthia seeke 1 year ago

    The vision is to compliment soil based farming…… Wow, thanks for this video Odunayo…. Welldone.

  • eniola monilola 1 year ago

    Why do Africans likes to copy a lot huh, with all that many rich blessed lands you chose to be producing Genetic Modify organism Food, 😏please stop poisoning people. Stop killing the land with more chemicals, which means very soon we will unable to grows anything with a dead land and have to rely on chemical based foods chiii πŸ™€πŸ˜ͺ😒😟 Indian farmers are suffering from this already. Please do your research don’t just say yes to everything that you are been introduced to 😳😭

  • eniola monilola 1 year ago

    Why do you think organic grown foods are more expensive in none fertilize land countries , because they trade the food and cherished it, because the impact is different in human body compare to GMO foods, we that are blessed with green rich land and able to produce food naturally would rather destroy it? Now I see why they used common glass to takes away all your Treasures and you still haven’t learn smh 😑

  • Mahogany Butterfly 1 year ago

    Very intelligent. πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

  • Bedazzled 1 year ago

    It looked so hot there. πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰ Nigeria is off the hook!

  • Okebadan Dahunsi 1 year ago

    Thank you BattaBox for this insightful Vlog.

  • Fernando Ramos 1 year ago

    Talk about an ecofriendly revolution!

  • jdekayable 1 year ago

    I dont see any tubers and those plants don’t look very healthy. Hopefully they are not in a drought area because that system looks like it uses a lot of water.

  • hanover fist 1 year ago

    some of the roots look brown…slime ones next and rot….the plants look beaten by air …withered and wilting slightly.

  • hanover fist 1 year ago

    I wonder if he will actually harvest anything to call it profitable.


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