There is not enough soil to cultivate everywhere on earth and that is why scientists are working to grow vegetables without soil and to overcome malnutrition. In Europe, especially in the Netherlands, work has been done for a long time to grow soilless vegetables.

This method of obtaining vegetables and herbs is called hydroponic, which does not require soil for growth.

Similar experiments are being carried out in Europe, but the good news is that experts from Pakistan’s Agricultural University have successfully grown soilless vegetables at the first local hydroponic plant near Rawat.

In this way, tomatoes, cucumbers, okra, gourds and other common vegetables can be grown and the essential ingredients in coconut sacks, foam and water instead of soil or soil will be used for growth and development. This agricultural plant has been set up in Pakistan with the help of the Netherlands.

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