Help Change the Environment
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Help Your Community

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The mission of Purple Majesty is to change the farming of yesteryear and change the lifestyle of the way we grow, produce, and feed our community by cultivating great amounts of produce by utilizing the latest technology, zero waste, and a moderate amount of water while using the best environmental practices with economic and social stability.

Aquaponic farming is a combination of aquaculture, which produces fish and other aquatic animals, and hydroponic farming, which produces terrestrial plants. Aquaponics uses these two in a symbiotic combination in which plants are fed by discharges or litter from aquatic animals. In return, the vegetables cleanse the water that returns to the fish. In addition to fish and fish waste, microbes also play an important role in plant nutrition. These beneficial bacteria congregate in the spaces between the plant roots and convert fish waste and solids into materials that plants can use to grow. As a result, aquaculture, and gardening work together seamlessly.

Aquaponics have existed for thousands of years, and at that time no one used words such as "sustainable". All they realized was that if they worked with nature, they would have more food. Today, we value sustainable development, and we want to ensure that what we do is good for the planet, healthy for people, and fiscally feasible.

Aquaculture contributes to water conservation Aquaculture uses 90% less water than traditional agriculture. Water and nutrients are recirculated in a closed loop, making it possible to retain water.

Aquaculture protects our rivers and lakes without the use of harmful fertilizers within the watershed. In an effort to maintain nutrient-rich soils, farms have to use plenty of fertilizer, these excess fertilizers end up making rivers, where there are countless harmful side effects.

With the preservation of gas: "Food Miles" are considerably reduced. We produce a little less than eight miles between the farm and the consumer. Simply serving local communities reduces harmful gas emissions.

Aquaculture is energy-saving Even with cultivation lights, we use less energy than conventional commercial farming! All energy used in Aquaponics is electric, so that alternative energy systems such as solar, wind and hydropower can be used to power our farm.

Aquaponic Farming helps conserve the land because our system develops at a rate six times higher per square foot than traditional farming.

Moreover, as we grow in greenhouses, we use structures that already exist, saving money, energy, and other valuable resources.

Using this original revolutionary technique of growing, this will enable people of all ages to link up and be able to afford the necessity nutrition of fish, fruit, and vegetables at a low-cost price point that they can finally afford!