Growing Soil-Less with Hydroponics (An Introduction to Innovative Soil-less Farming)


What is Hydroponic Farming

Hydroponics is the most advanced, highly productive and cost-effective technique of farming through which plants, especially the vegetables of daily use are grown without using soil, instead a perfect balanced diet of nutrients mixed in water are directly fed to the roots of plants. The plants are grown in a controlled environment in terms of temperature and humidity. The soil-less technique makes it clean, easy to maintain and hence best suited for indoor farming for hobbyists including housewives for daily self-consumption as well selling in market with assured returns.

More About
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1 Lettuce (4 types) Salad Patta
2 Micro Greens Dhaniya, Methie
3 Cabbage Band Gobhi
4 Spinach Palak
5 Mints /Oregano Pudeena
6 Basil Tulsi
7 Coriander Dhaniya
7 Rosemary Gulmehndi
8 Pok Choy Chinese Gobhi
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9 Parsley Ajwayan
10 Cherry Cheree
11 Cucumber Kheera
12 Capsicum Shimpla Mirch
13 Straw Berry Stroberee
14 Turnips Shalgam
15 Egg plant Bengan
16 Green Chilli Hari Mirch
17 Tomato tamater


Ramesh Gera
(Chief Executive Officer)

Qualified Engineer / MBA, passed from NIT Kurukshetra (1980), with 36 Yrs. of work experience in Manufacturing / Plant Engineering from MNCs of high repute, extensive international exposure having travelled across the globe, has expertise in System Designing, Manufacturing and its efficient Operations at its highest performance efficiency with enhanced profitability.

Harish Chawla
(Energy & Environment Advisor)

B.E. (Elect.), M.E. (Elect.), LLB, Former Secretary – Beas Construction Board (Delhi), Former Chairman – Consumer Grievance Redressal Forum (Delhi), Former Director – Bhakhra Beas Management Board, having 36 Yrs. of vast, diversified and rich experience in the field of Energy and Environment, he is the support person at the capacity of Chief Technical Advisor for Energy and Environment and Installation Projects for Hydroponic Farming Systems

Ankit Kumar
(Gardening/Horticulture Analyst)

Completed his Bachelors in Science in Agriculture stream, pursuing Master’s in Agriculture & Farming, a young and dynamic professional, having above 3 years of specialized, rich and diversified work experience in Farming Nutrients / Fertilizers and related medium for home gardening and large-scale farming projects including Hydroponics

Education & Training

We conduct online and classroom education and training programs in advanced farming practices with special focus on Hydroponics, the programs are designed for beginners including house ladies as hobbyists as well as developing their own kitchen gardens and selling surplus in Market. The advanced programs are designed to support those people who want to develop farms at commercial scale.

SN Program Title Contents in brief Duration
1 An Introductory Program on Hydroponics What, Why, How and Types of Hydroponic systems, benefits, pros n cons, basic requirements for Hydroponic farming, practical demo on working systems. 3 Hrs.
2 Hydroponics for Beginners Various types of Hydroponic Systems, Home Gardening, Environmental requirements, lighting requirements, testing instrumentation, nutrients requirements, variety of crops, seedling preparation, growing in the systems, harvesting, selling the crops. 6 Hrs.
3 Advanced Program on Hydroponic farming. Repetition of all above (item 2) with hand-on workshop practices on Seedling Preparation, Nutrients Preparation, Transplanting and Growing, Routine Maintenance and Upkeeping. 2 Days(6 Hrs. each)