What is hydroponics?
Hydroponics is a subset of hydro-culture and is a method of growing plants using mineral nutrient solutions in water. Plants are grown with their roots in a highly-absorbent inert medium such as perlite, rockwool and cocopeat as a seed base instead of soil.
- Free from soil-borne diseases or pests
- No contamination from ground water
- 96% of harvest converts to high-quality produce
- Water conservation due to 90% less use of water with re-circulation
- Ecological conservation, viz., recycling of coconut husk as cocopeat substrate, etc.
- Fruit size, weight, shape and taste are more uniform and consistent round the year
Nature’s Miracle way
Our fully automated greenhouse includes the latest and most advanced technology to control and optimize temperature, humidity, EC/pH, optimal timing for irrigation and many more parameters to create an ideal growing environment for the respective crops. This is essential for practicing precision hydroponics where each crop gets the ideal climate conditions and nutrition suited for the healthiest crop.
We follow an international pest control protocol in our enclosed greenhouse with primary reliance on integrated biological pest control measures to keep our crops safe.