MERDJETELDJAZAIR is a system designed and realized by our company the MSI+ sarl specialized in the industrialization and mechanization of agriculture.

It is a highly developed horticultural technique that makes it possible to carry out a culture (hydroculture) above ground. The earth is then replaced by a chamber under a suitable micro climate where the hydroponic system is fully automated.

Due to the lack of soil, the quality of the water is essential to a good functioning and especially essential to obtain a good rendering and to be fully effective.

Reduced water consumption
conventional agricultural uses consume 80 to 90 liters of water to increase 1 kg of fresh barley, as opposed to 1 to 1. 2 liters of water required to produce the same amount of green feed by hydroponics. This means that the farmer reaches maximum Green Forage production with minimal water use.

Flowing water is not wasted, but is completely recycled. Due to the lack of any chemicals / fertilizers, the water can be either recycled into the system or used as irrigation water or drinking it.

Minimum land use
Above ground growing systems hold massive ecological and economic benefits. Research shows that the Green Fodder produced on 3m X 10m = 30m² on this real case grows the piece is equivalent to the production of conventional Green Fodder on 30 Ha of the earth.
Studies have shown that 30 m2 are comfortably required to raise 15 animals, as opposed to the 625 ha (2.5 ha per sheep) required by conventional standards. The substantial amounts of sprouted forage that can be produced in a small area are largely favorable in densely populated areas.

The carcass quality is greatly improved in our experience, feeding Green Fodder every day at a rate of 3% to 3.5% of the weight of the animal and supplementing it with good quality food will give better results. Since Green Fodder contributes to the digestion of the animal, the conversion of Green Fodder to meat is clearly qualitative. Thanks to MERDJETELDJAZAIR the daily weight gains of the animal is 2000g per day.