One of the latest methods of growing vegetables is gardening using hydroponic methods. This method does not use soil and it has several advantages.
Among its advantages is that this system can be practiced on areas that are not suitable for normal cultivation, for example such as acidic soils. Vegetables also grow faster and produce results faster. Gardeners in Batang Lupar also do not need to weed; they can even use water and fertilizer that is controlled and more effective.
With the methods teach to the participants, participants can use these skills more effectively to develop their potential, product marketing and improve socioeconomic
With this project solution which funded by APPGM-SDG, the opportunity is brighter in producing modern gardeners who are more viable in line with current technological developments and able to produce better quality products with the maximum number of production quantities.
The project is to benefit individual recipients or participants that are expected to be in the 40s consisting of local residents in Batang Lupar, ranging in age from 18 years to 45 years from both genders.
The solution provider of this project is Syarikat Subhi Urusniaga with collaboration of Kelab Belia Generasi Baru Bandar Sri Aman (GEN-KBSA).
The project duration is three months with an allocation of RM40,000.00. The main SDGs impacted through this solution project are Goal 1: No poverty, Goal 5: Gender equality and Goal 8: Decent work and economic growth.