The Warka Garden provides food for the community. The vegetables can be sold to the local market so it can also be a source of revenue for the community.
The water harvested and stores can be used for production to cultivate an edible garden that can be both for the family use but also for business purposes, to sell the produced vegetable to the local market. In this case, water can be a source of revenue for the family so it represents en investment to implement economical possibilities. The dimension of the edible garden directly depends on the quantity of water available. A more efficient solution for water irrigation can also be adapted to optimize the usage of the water.
This modular edible garden can serve the food needs of one to three families using only a part of the water collected by the Tower. It features an integrated gravitational irrigation system that is designed for efficiency and precision.
It represents an investment to implement economical possibilities. The WG is modular and varies in size. An efficient water irrigation system will be adopted to optimize the usage of the water. A nursery for growing the seeds will be integrated and a seeds bank collecting local indigenous species will be implemented.