St. Gabriel’s Garden is designed to grow salad vegetables and different types of fruits and berries. In the hydroponics greenhouse, the grow systems are set up to grow lettuce, herbs, tomatoes, bellpeppers, cucumbers, and radishes. In the orchard, there are dragonfruits and mulberry trees. On the raised beds, green tea is cultivated. And in the other greenhouse is a grape vineyard and vertical strawberry planter and a blueberry and cranberry cultivation area.
A look into Mrs Lazatin’s boutique flowershop and hydroponics greenhouse on display at SM Clark. She is a visionary in floral arrangement, is passionate about growing plants and flowers, and has an eye for intricate art.
We proudly support her endeavors and if you are in the area, please do visit her shops at SM Clark.
We developed a modern integrated hydroponics greenhouse. Our design team utilized design principles with quality structural materials to build a modern tropic-type greenhouse to deal with regional climate challenges. For the hydroponics, we developed an A-frame Nutrient Film Technique (NFT) system and implemented a 144-unit Dutch Bucket system. Both systems use recycled water to maximize the water usage and minimize water losses. There’s a trellising system suspended above the Dutch Bucket system, making it ideal for tomato, cucumber, ampalaya, honey dew melon and other crawling vine type plants. The NFT system is suitable for greenleaf vegetables such as different lettuce varieties and herbs.
Hydroponic tomatoes and green leaf vegs in the works at the Yabut demo-farm in Bataan. Equipped with a robust knowledge of blending different ratios of plant-specific chemicals, Mrs Yabut seeks to share her knowledge with the community by demonstrating how modern agriculture is the way to move forward.
Big thumbs up for former OFW Charles D, a self-taught thinker and do-er. He developed his aquaponics system from studying the science and demonstrates his resourcefulness to create this deepwater culture (DWC) aquaponics system.
After successful field trials with waterspinach (kangkong), he’ll now embark on a greenhouse development project to allow cultivation of an assortment of green leafy vegs.
Also something cool is the small hydro-electric water wheel installed at the outflow which he uses to spin a small turbine to convert gravitational energy into just enough electricity to charge his mobile phone.