Farming for the future will have to provide food for more people using less water and less land. Visit the tunnel on plot 54 & 57 for some innovative ideas and systems in action.
Aquaponics is a sustainable method of raising both fish and vegetables. Furthermore, with this type of indoor farming, you grow substantially more food with less water, land and labour than traditional agriculture.
There are fully functioning aquaponics systems in the tunnel that can be used to sustainably raise fresh fish and vegetables for a family, to feed a village or to generate profit in a commercial farming venture, in any climate.
Fresh Life Produce showcases vertical hydroponics is a growing system, consisting of several stacked levels, with plants being grown on each level, showing that there is an alternative to the thinking that we need to have a few large scale producers to feed households and entire cities.
Netafim’s Smart drip and micro-irrigation brings solutions in water usage for agriculture, landscape and greenhouse, enabling you to grow more with less.
Aquasync and Farmsync offer automated irrigation systems that save water. MicroCare offers solar system solutions for industrial, agricultural and domestic applications.
Norsag helps address energy and water resource issues. Firstly, through reductions in water usage, secondly through our contribution in filtration and lastly through our energy saving building components.
P&B Lime offers solutions for water purification.
Get your Nampo Cape entrance ticket to learn more about farming for the future
Wednesday: R50.00
Thursday and Friday: R70.00
Children under 6 years: Free.
Children (6 to 18 years): R20.00
Get your tickets at Computicket and avoid the queues at the gate.