Madar Farms is a Dubai based AgriTech startup specializing in hydroponic farming to address Food and Water Security in the Arab region. We use 95% less water and land resources than traditional farming methods, making us one of the most efficient and sustainable produce growers in the GCC. We provide value for stakeholders such as governments, farmers, restaurants and supermarkets. Consumers trust Madar Farms because our all-natural produce is insecticide and pesticide free.
Madar Farms has the capacity, experience, and expertise necessary to coordinate with government departments and help your country become food and water secure. We deliver feasible solutions within strict deadlines. Our solutions span from deployment of a network of small-scale independent farms, to mega plant factories, and a variety of educational programs. Our partnerships and network allows us access to leading AgriTech solutions and expertise.
Our ready-to-use container farms enable farmers grow on any type of land, and eases the transition from traditional to hydroponic farming. The controlled environment and automated nutrient delivery system reduces risk and takes the guesswork of farming. Farmers who wish to be involved can receive training or we can take care of all the handy work.
We are reliable local suppliers of high quality produce to restaurants and supermarkets. Growing in a controlled environment allows us to provide consistent quality year-round at a fixed price. Our fresh and sustainable produce helps businesses and consumers significantly decrease their carbon footprint.
At Madar Farms, we are working to usher in the future, today.
“Modern agriculture, is more resource intensive, very fossil fuel dependent, uses fertilizers, and is based on massive production. This policy has to change. Resource scarcity, increased population, decreasing land availability and accessibility, emerging water scarcity, and soil degradation require us to re-think how best to use our resources for future generations.” – United Nations, 2014
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