Added by on 2016-11-11

A technology known as Hydroponics is gaining popularity among livestock keepers in Kenya as a means of growing fodder cheaply and faster. Titus Mwema learnt of the technology through the Internet and decided to customize it using locally available materials. Hydroponic fodder takes a short period to grow on minimal space. See how the fodder is grown and harvested off a shelf. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsLocal Flowers, Local Farmers: A Growing American MovementWomen rice farmers of AfricaBrazil Farming by American Midwest FarmersEjisu-Juaben & Afigya Kwabere Pig Farmers AssociationNavuso Agriculture Grooming Fiji’s Future FarmersFarmers Associations urge TN Government to waive of All Farmer Loans – Thanthi TV

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20 Comments

  • Andy Joseph Omandam 1 year ago

    its okay if i use rice?

  • chidiogo ozumba 1 year ago

    Can one use any other grain that is not barley ? As it may not always be available or overly expensive in some parts of Africa.

  • Baiye Atem 1 year ago

    that,s fine.

  • MERCYDAVE DAVE 1 year ago

    where can i get barley seed pliz let me hv ur contact

  • MERCYDAVE DAVE 1 year ago

    hie Mwema is there any dfrnce btwn barley n oat pliz i need seeds i hv planted once to try bt hard to get seed in Nairobi pliz

  • kwame agyekum 1 year ago

    Do you have an email address I can contact I want to adopt this in ghana

  • Indigo Child 1 year ago

    That's so awesome! 

  • ghayath2011 1 year ago

    beautiful

  • Love Ritter 1 year ago

    I love when people see a problem, and take steps to fix it. Not everyone is able to do that. Great job!

  • Adam Turyamureba 1 year ago

    Hi Mwema first of all i thank you  for what you did to our east african countries.serousery i need you contact,becouse for sure i need your help.now iam in Holland,but iam a ugandan.contact me on +31684905003 or on my email,yazufaadams@mail.com. Please help me sir.    thanks.

  • Anthony Ebenezer 1 year ago

    Thank you for sharing, how could i get more information, I need this  technology for a farm project in Ghana

  • bulleuston76 1 year ago

    I'm more inspired and informed watching these farmers than anything I can find here in Australia! This simple practice becomes high-tech, high-price and way over-complicated here.

  • AL Imaansheepfarm 1 year ago

    plz provide me the detail of hydroponic fodder system,, my mail id is al_imaansheepfarm@aol.com

  • Ibrahim Baraka 1 year ago

    Mr. Titus this technology is good,kindly provide me your contact,my contact genesis1748@gmail.com

  • ROBERT MUNYAO 1 year ago

    Kindly Mr. Mwema am Munyao please provide me with ua conduct may e-mail munyao75@yahoo.com. If possible also provide me with notes on how to construct up to production proceedure. Thanks
    

  • stefano Gizzler 1 year ago

    Hi Mwema, This is a complete game changer! Wish you every success. Please can I get your contact? reach me on +447404153954 or mrshorty105@gmail.com
    Steve

  • Rita jones 1 year ago

    Hi mwema tupatie your telephone lease
    

  • timothy muchai 1 year ago

    Congrats Mr Mwema. I wish to know more about this great man.How can I reach him ? My email address is : muchai.timothy@gmail.com Mobile No : 0727389940

  • Kariuki Kiragu 1 year ago

    Titus Mwema is truly mwema and I wish him even more success.
    Given the growth rates seen here, how does it translate in greenhouse tomatoes for example?
    Does anyone know?
    

  • Makau Peter 1 year ago

    this is a good technology i wish to learn the technology , as well i wish to about how i can get nutrients and how ezpensive it is please advice.