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of farming in your hands

The foundation of Hydroponics

Hydroponic Magnolia will develop on-site purchasing alternatives, where customers will be able to purchase fresh vegetables directly from the grower. When purchasing from Hydroponic Magnolia farms, customers will also have the option of use the Magnolia Wallet, which will display all of the information previously indicated thus significantly better transparency will be achieved. Users who use the Magnolia Wallet will also receive

other benefits and exclusive offers.

Hydroponic gardening, in its most basic definition, is a method of growing plants that does not require soil. When compared to traditional gardening, a hydroponic system takes up less space, can be utilized practically anywhere, and produces plants that mature more quickly than when they are planted in the ground. Aside from that, there are several fundamental facts concerning hydroponics to know:

1. For the system to function properly it is necessary to have a water reservoir.​

2. The majority of hydroponic systems are outfitted with a growth lamp, a growth medium, and/or an air pump, among other components

(if growing directly in water).

In terms of hydroponic systems, there are a variety of options available, some of which are meant for use indoors and others that are intended for use outdoors (depending on temperature and time of year).

The basic concept of a fully working Hydroponic System from material input until waste handling:


We will regulate and incorporate each part of this system into the blockchain and integrate it into the Hydroponic Magnolia ecosystem.

Energy Input

Waste Handling







Heating, Ventilation, Lightning, Pumping

Seeds, Growing Medium,

Fertilizer, Water etc.

Trays, Pumps, Heater,

Control Unit, Tubing,

Plastics etc.

Labels &


Initial Phase

Production Phase

Retail Phase

Our goal with Hydroponic Magnolia

Small farmers and rural people demand first and foremost the adoption of decentralized blockchain technology. Food insecurity will remain a worry unless action is taken. Implementation must result in sustainable and equitable food systems that enable consumers to make informed food choices.

In addition to improving traceability and transparency, blockchain technology has the potential to lower transaction costs and administrative burdens in the agri-food business and facilitate the adoption of organic labeling. To be successful, blockchain-based solutions must be both resource-efficient and cost-effective. Considering the above, it is evident that blockchain technology must be efficiently integrated into agriculture to realize its full potential.

Fruits & Vegetables

The fresh fruits and vegetables that you purchase at the supermarket most likely were harvested more than a week ago and have traveled hundreds or thousands of kilometers before reaching your shopping cart.


The fruits and vegetables that are provided by Hydroponic Magnolia are of the highest quality and are always extremely fresh.

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