In Agri Space Tech, we believe sustainable urban farming can promote healthy living, greener environment, stronger communities and other social benefits. We hope that by developing urban farming, public awareness of agricultural issues is increased and subsequently foster a greater appreciation of farmers and where real food grows.

 


 

Our major business scopes are listed as below:

 
 

Edible Landscaping

Edible Landscaping with Drip
Drip irrigation is a type of micro irrigation system that has the potential to save water and nutrients by allowing water to drip slowly to the roots of plants, either from above the soil surface or buried below the surface. The objective is to place water directly to the root zone and minimize problem. The system distributes water through network of valve, polypipe, and etc. 

Edible Landscaping with EBB and Flow System
EBB and Flow System is to irrigate plants hydroponically. In a typical setup, the plants will be in a tray or container, and filled with a growing  medium. This method uses a reservoir to hold nutrient solution and above the reservoir will be a tray or container that will hold nutrient solution during flooding. There will be a pump in the reservoir that will take the solution up to the tray or container until the media can absorb the appropriate amount of solution, then it will drain.

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Plantation management and co-farming service

Farm management is making and implementing of the decisions involved in organizing and operating a farm for maximum production and profit. Farm management draws on agricultural economics for information on prices, markets, agricultural policy, and economic institutions such as leasing and credit. It also draws on plant sciences for information on soils, seed, and fertilizer, on control of weeds, insects, and disease, and on rations and breeding; on agricultural engineering for information on farm buildings, machinery, irrigation, crop drying, drainage, and erosion control systems

 

Hydroponics systems and greenhouses

Agri Space Hydroponics
The primary objective of hydroponics is to replace the uncertainty of soil condition and provide the plant roots with nutrients, water, and oxygen. The Agri Space Hydroponics system is a closed loop system, with minimal water and nutrients wastage.

Agri Space Light
LED lights are used to create a specific light recipe for each plant, giving the greens exactly the spectrum, intensity and frequency the plants need for photosynthesis in the most energy-efficient way.

Agri Space Nutrition
The macro and micronutrients of the plants are constantly monitored to precisely provide nutrients according to the need of the plants leading to shorter growth cycle.
 
Agri Space Scaling
The size and configuration of a hydroponic system are highly customizable. The systems are comprised of modules that serve as building blocks that can be stacked vertically or lengthwise. This allows to grow in varied locations and achieve ultimate yield per square foot, no matter the space, with quick installation.
 

 

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Food Waste Composting

Food waste has unique properties as a raw compost agent because of the high moisture content and low physical structure, it is important to mix fresh food waste with a bulking agent that will absorb some of the excess moisture as well as add structure to the mix.

Food waste is highly susceptible to odour production -- mainly ammonia -- and large quantities of leachate. The best prevention for odour is a well-aerated pile that remains aerobic and free of standing water. Leachate can be reduced through aeration and sufficient amounts of a high carbon bulking agent. It is normal to have some odour and leachate production. Captured leachate can be reapplied to the compost.