About Us

I am Vipin Yadav from Saidpur village of Gurugram. Unsatisfied from the job salary package after completing my engineering degree in Computer Science, I decided to start farming, but definitely not like my father, who was practicing conventional farming methods. I came to know about online training program organised by Government of Haryana for Hydroponics. I cleared that exam and took practical training to enter in this venture. I also took protective cultivation training from KVK Shikohpur to improve my skills.

In the beginning I started with 50 trays containing small plants with the investment of Rs. 5000 to 7000 and it lead me to a huge success. The next big investment with which I expanded hydroponics was Rs. 250000 with the help of friends and relatives. Currently I am capable of preparing 250000 plants on order.


Our Farm

So what is Hydroponics?

Hydroponics is a technology through which we can grow plant without the use of soil. It is a good way of farming because no disease can affect the plants as the farming is done soil less. Moreover, we prepare the plants in polyhouse, so no environmental disease can affect the plants at all. I am happy with this method of farming and I want other farmers also to adopt hydroponics

Hydroponics is not practiced from April to mid-July due to warm climatic conditions. Machinery like sprinkler and fogger are some of the implement used for Hydroponics

In Hydroponics farming three components are used: Coco peat, Perlite, and Vermiculite in the ratio of 3:1:1. In 35-40 days the plants are ready and then they are kept in hardening unit for 1 week. Nutrition like NPK, zinc, magnesium, and calcium are given to the plants through the water. In Hydroponics there is no use of pesticides as no soil is used for farming, moreover, Vermicompost is used which can be easily prepared at home.