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Hydroponics is a subset of hydroculture, the method of growing plants without soil, using mineral nutrient solutions in a water solvent.Terrestrial plants may be grown with only their roots exposed to the mineral solution, or the roots may be supported by an inert medium, such as perlite ,cocopeat or gravel.
- Communication Technology.
- Irrigation Systems.
- LED Grow Light.
- Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC).
- Control Systems.
- Material Handling.
- Automation Equipment.
Static solution culture,Continuous-flow solution culture – Nutrient Film Technique (NFT) ,Aeroponics, Fogponics,Passive sub-irrigation .
Perlite, Vermiculite, Cocopeat, Hydrotons, Sterilized black metal.
Inorganic hydroponic solutions,Organic hydroponic solutions, Additives, Tools, Mixing solutions .
LED grow lights are composed of light-emitting diodes, usually in a casing with a heat sink and built-in cooling system. .
Automation & Internet of Farming
Indigenously developed low cost automated hydroponics system, SMS Alerts/Query, Remote monitoring using cloud and more....
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Our Core Services
Our consulting services are related but not limited to the following: Making the right hydroponic choice. Design of hydroponic systems Site inspections & on-site consultancy. Hydroponic farm evaluations. NFT & channel-based systems, large or small. Management of irrigation and drainage of all type of substrates .
Feasibility and technical studies
Crop development and expected production Consumption of heat and electricity Consumption of water The effect of different systems (heating, cooling, screens, CO2, control set points, etc.) to greenhouse environment and crop development The effect of different covering materials and ventilation openings The cost and return of the investment .
Nutrition for crops.
One of the most important factors in order to achieve a healthy, well developed crop with high production, is the proper fertilization. In particular, hydroponic systems require precision fertilization with continuous adjustment of electrical conductivity (EC) and pH. We collaborates with specialized laboratories contacting chemical analysis, for advisory services regarding crop fertilization, mainly greenhouse cultivations. In particular, fertilization recipes are provided for each crop growth stage for both soil and soilless (hydroponics) cultivation..
We have a long-established and successful reputation in delivering specialist training to commercial and government customers. we provide training to growers, farmers and managers in the agricultural business to boost productivity through applying the latest agri-tech knowledge and research.
Turnkey indoor farming
An indoor farming system with all the relevant technical subsystems is a complex construction. Many experts are working to realize a greenhouse project. We are able to provide a turnkey project by: Performing all the necessary studies (feasibility, technical, business plan, etc.) Determining and describing all the specifications related to the greenhouse and its subsystems Evaluating the detail offers of the builders Supervising the realization of the project Training the personnel Making an operational plan Supervising greenhouse daily activities related to crop management, climate control and labor management Installation of hydroponic systems Installation of fertigation heads .
By using our softwares,which are totally free to use and modify , every customer, can monitor crop growth, analyze production cost and profit, produce reports and communicate in an interactive way. This kind of software and farm management services are ideal for producer organizations, cooperatives, agri-food companies, farm consultants and other entrepreneurs in the agriculture industry.
Question & Answer
What are the benefits of growing with hydroponics?
There are numerous benefits to gardening using hydroponics. Hydroponic systems use less water than traditional gardens. They are also cleaner, since you are not bringing soil into your home. Hydroponic systems are less likely to host destructive insects, and you can grow indoors year-round. The biggest advantage hydroponics has over traditional gardening is significantly larger yields in less time. That means more crop rotations per year, and more money in the pockets of commercial growers. This is because hydroponic plants are able to use twice the nutrients that plants in traditional gardens can.
How often should I empty and replace my reservoir and nutrient solution?
Reservoirs should be emptied and the nutrient solution replaced at least every 5-7 days. People often use their EC/TDS meters to measure nutrient levels and top up their nutrient solution when levels get low. EC/TDS meters only measure overall salt levels, not the levels of specific nutrients. This means nutrients not completely used by your plants will begin to build up to potentially toxic levels. Emptying your reservoir and replacing your nutrient solution with a quality fertilizer is the only way to ensure nutrient levels are consistently in the ideal range for plant growth.
What is the difference between organic and inorganic fertilizers?
Organic fertilizers are derived from natural, organic compounds such as compost, manure and worm castings. Inorganic fertilizers are created using inorganic compounds made through chemical processes. As far as your plants are concerned, organic and inorganic nutrients are relatively the same.
What is an easy way to help stop my plants from drying out when I first transplant them?
You can hand water from the top for a couple days until the roots get established into their new soil or hydroponic growing medium. You could also cut strips of capillary matting that go from the top of the growing container to the bottom of the growing container. Capillary matting wicks the water to the top of the growing container allowing the plant to drink from the water supply