Vegetables, Berries, Herbs, Spices, Neutraceticals and Fish Oil Packaging
Castor Seed and Sunflower Production and Extraction
Cashew Nuts and Tiger Nuts
Pineapples and Processing
Maize and Processing
Cassava and Processing
Rice and Processing
Soya Beans and Sesame Seed
Century Green Aquaculture
Century Green’s system will allow us to farm the following common aquaculture species:
Tilapia (Freshwater Fish). Tilapia is the fifth most highly purchased seafood and local
demand has outpaced in-country production. Tilapia is one of the most cost-effective fish
to raise, given they thrive best being raised in high density environments and are inexpensive
Catfish, Perch, Trout, and Salmon.
Fish Farm Ventures
Indoor tilapia farm that produces over 4 thousand tons or more per year.
Encompasses breeding tilapia fingerlings, grow-out of tilapia, and harvesting of tilapia.
Processing, packaging, local distribution, and export.
Small-holder farmer aggregation; technical training and support; sundry agricultural education.
Century Green Aquaponics
Aquaponics system couples aquaculture (raising aquatic animals such as fish, crayfish, snails or prawns in tanks) with hydroponics (cultivating plants in water). Fish and plants are simultaneously grown in the same system of fish tanks and grow trays, whereby the system allows the nutrients produced by fish waste to be used by the plants, which in turn help filter the water, making it suitable for the fish again. Our ecosystem is self-contained and restorative.
With aquaponics, there is more control over food safety and security by reducing food mileage and the losses associated with long haulage logistics needed to provide most of the vegetables sold in surrounding communities.