The Farms Malaysia

“The Farm”

A smart agriculture company that located in Pantai Acheh, Balik Pulau was established and launched in 2022. It provides aquaponics-based production methods for agriculture and promoting sustainable agriculture, education & lifestyle. It operates aquaponics-based farms for the production of salad greens, herbs, fruits and strawberries.

We cultivating top quality produce by using the advance organic growing techniques where we place your health, our environment and the community foremost.


is a system of aquaculture in which the waste produced by farmed fish or other aquatic creatures supplies the nutrients for plants grown hydroponically, which in turn purify the water. Aquaponics uses these two methods in a symbiotic ecosystem in which plants are fed the waste. In return, the plants clean the water that circulates back to the fish. Microbes play an important role in the nutrition of the plants. These beneficial bacteria gather in the spaces between the roots of the plant and convert the fish waste into substances the plants can use to grow!

Aquaponic Benefits

1. How does this fishy work ?

Aquaponics involves breaking down toxic ammonia and turning it into nutritious plant food called nitrates, Thankfully, however, nitrites attract another type of bacteria called nitrospiras who then convert the nitrites – excellent food for plants, and mostly harmless to fish. Once this has happened the aquaponic cycle is complete and once stabilised, will ensure ammonia levels are kept at a minimum while providing maximum nutrition for the plants. The benefits are incredible!

2. Use 90% Less Water

Aquaponics is one of the most efficient and cost effective ways to grow food. Aquaponics uses 90% less water than conventional farming. This is made possible by the nature of Aquaponics itself. Water usage is minimal as recirculated waste and tank water is continuously recycled and consumed as the plants need it. This is what we call a "symbiotic" relationship between fish and plants.


Conventional gardening and farming relies on seasons, sunlight, frequent watering, nutrient additives, chemical pesticides and changing weather conditions to maintain growth. Under optimal growing conditions conventional farming still has to deal with many elements. These challenges can prevent plants from being their best self.

4. Pesticide & Chemical-free

Aquaponics does not require pesticides or nasty chemicals to support plant survival. The combination of indoor shelter and growing conditions means that plants are almost completely protected from pests and insects. In saying that, pests always seem to find their way into gardens. Keep an eye out! Basically, it's an easier way to ensure that your food is organic and chemical-free.


To provide fresh, nutritious and healthy vegetables that is safe to consume

To ensure all vegetables supplied by THE FARM is fresh, healthy and safe to consumers

To establish the brand


ensures food security through food purity, food sovereignty and food safety. Our farms can feed just you and your family, become part of a culinary production, or quite simply be a part of feeding a community.

Differences of

Aquaponic & Hydroponics



Refers to the cultivation of plants in water
Refers to a branch of hydroponics in which a combination of fish and plants is used in a looped system
Chemical nutrients are used
Organic matter produced by fish waste is used as nutrients
Bacteria growth is inhibited
Bacteria growth is used in the production of nutrients from fish waste
System are faster
System are slower
Have a less productivity
Have a high productivity
Difficult to maintain
Easy to Maintain





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