Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/17/2015 -- UK hydroponics company, One Stop Grow Shop, have recently commented on how the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE) have tackled the drought in Jamaica with the use of hydroponics.
CASE has been making an aggressive push with hydroponics, convincing farmers to adopt and utilise hydroponics as a responsive alternative to any droughts that may occur. They are also advertising how cost effective they can be, and had a system on display at the Denbigh Agricultural, Industrial and Food Show, to help promote the growing method.
The uptake has started to rise, and people throughout Jamaica are starting to see the benefits, with transportable, cost cutting devices which take up little space popping up around farm and urban areas throughout the country.
Often commenting on industry news, a spokesperson for One Stop Grow Shop said, 'Hydroponics have been proven time and time again to be an effective solution when it comes to the problem of droughts throughout the world, and more and more countries are starting to use this method of growing to maintain a high level of produce. It's a great system which is easy for anyone to get to grips with, and a lifesaver for many.
It even allows you to easily home grow your own fruit and veg, and at One Stop Grow Shop we sell the necessary equipment to get you started. Choose one of our starter kits and you'll have everything you need, come rain or shine!'
About One Stop Grow Shop
One Stop Grow Shop is a leading UK supplier of hydroponics, offering a wide range of grow kits, nutrients, boosters and other hydroponic related accessories. Prices are competitive, and the company only offer the most trusted hydroponic products, using years of experience to determine which products are best for those looking to grow crops and plants indoors.
To view the full range of hydroponic products available with One Stop Grow Shop, visit www.onestopgrowshop.co.uk today.
Company name: One Stop Grow Shop
Tel: 01782 749 955
Contact person: Simon Powell
Address: Unit C1, Fenton Trade Park