India's Best Hydroponics Course - Hindi

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Learn how to start your own Hydroponics farm at your terrace/home or land

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Instructed by
Keval Ahir

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Self paced

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Community Access

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Certificate of completion

Earn an industry recognized certificate upon completion.

Language

Experts well versed in Hindi & English to solve all your doubts

Who is this course for?

Ideal for beginners who want to learn about hydroponics/soil less farming & understand it’s business prospects in India.
First-time entrepreneurs who want to start a business
Hydroponics farmers looking for expert advice on business expansion
Anyone with space of 10,000 sq ft & wants to generate income of Rs. 50K+

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Course structure

  • 6 live (twice in a week) QnA sessions (Weekday included)
  • Access to 20+ hours video lectures
  • Language: Hindi

 

  • History of Hydroponics
  • Hydroponics Definition
  • Hydroponics vs. Traditional farming
  • Global Scenario of hydroponics farming
  • Hydroponics Farming Current Scenario in India

Close Cultivating System

  • NFT (Nutrient Film Techniue)
  • DWC (Deep Water Culture)
  • Dutch Bucket

Open Cultivating System

  • Growbag System
  • GrowSlab
  • Trough System

 

  • Fan and Pad Polyhouse Structure
  • Naturally Ventilated Polyhouse
  • Shade Nethouse
  • Polycarbonate/Glass House

 

  • Crop & Variety
  • Crop Schedule
  • Planting Process
  • Irrigation scheduling
  • Fogging Operations
  • Nutrient Management and Plant Protection
  • Harvest & Marketing

 

  • NFT in detail
  • DWC and Soilless farming
  • Designing Steps – NFT,DWC & Soil less system

 

  • Crop Variety
  • Lettuce & Capsicum
  • Johny Seeds

 

  • Plant Nutrients
  • Fertilizer Management recipe
  • Fertilizer design module

Is Hydroponics soil-less agriculture?

Is Hydroponics a soil less agriculture method?
Hydroponics is a unique type of gardening which does not make use of any soil, but instead it grows plants in an aqueous – water and nutrient solution. Plants and vegetables are allowed to grow more easily and round the year in a hydroponics set-up.

Typically, the plants are cultivated through this way give more yield, need much less space, and also conserve water and soil. However it is not easy, setting up a hydroponics system. You would be needing to monitor many factors and variables in its growing phase, such as lighting, water quality, air circulation, and more.

What are its advantages?

This method of farming helps the plants to grow at a very fast rate- approximately 50 percent faster than they can grow under normal circumstances.
Added to this, fresh produce can also be harvested throughout the year in a hydroponic set-up
There is a stark difference between hydroponics (soil-less gardening) and conventional soil gardening.

Hydroponic gardening is ideal for the environment and grown plants, which almost but completely removes the requirement for things like insecticides, herbicides or even pesticides.

Perhaps the best part is that any water that is used in a hydroponic gardening set-up remains in the system and can be completely reused.

Meet your Expert

Keval Ahir

MD. Croptek Agri
Mr. Keval Ahir, the managing director of Croptek Agri Grower Pvt. Ltd, is a professional hydroponics project developer. He holds a degree of Masters in Biotechnology from VNSGU and also a diploma in business management from EDI, Gandhinagar. Mr. Keval Ahir has 8+ years of experience in hi-tech farming methods as a grower, consultant and manager. He has worked with some very proficient groups like Welspun Group, AAU, NAU, SAU, Zydus-Cadila Group, and many individuals, etc.

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FAQs

Hydroponics, also know as Vertical farming is a unique type of gardening/ farming that does not make use of any soil, but instead, grows plants in an aqueous – water and nutrient solution.

Plants and vegetables are allowed to grow more easily and round the year in a hydroponics set-up.

Typically, the plants are cultivated this way give more yield, need much less space, and also conserve water and soil. 

This method of farming helps the plants to grow at a very fast rate- approximately 50 percent faster than they can grow under normal circumstances. Added to this, fresh produce can also be harvested throughout the year in this set-up. There is a stark difference between hydroponics (soil-less gardening) and conventional soil gardening.

It is ideal for the environment and growing plants, which almost but completely removes the requirement for things like insecticides, herbicides, or even pesticides.

Perhaps the best part is that any water that is used in the gardening setup remains in the system and can be completely reused.

Yes, you can set up a small Hydroponic system on your terrace, balcony or in your garden/greenhouse easily.

There are various types of at-home setups to choose from (learn more here) along with various sellers providing different types of plantation setups starting up from Rs. 4000 for 18 plant NFT setup. You can check out one such provider here

 

The cost depends on a number of factors. The estimated cost can be shared post-selection of crop and crop growing schedule. The cost ranges from 10K to 50K, depending on the level of automation of the system for a small hydroponic system (18 – 250 plant setup) which won’t take more than 10 to 100 Sq.M. of space.

Whereas commercial hydroponics systems are built over 1 to 5 acres of land & the cost of investment can go up to Rs. 2 cr based on the level of automation & climate-controlled technology used. 

Given that Hydroponics is a new age technology that is fast becoming a new trend and source of investment, the profitability margins are huge with virtually no exact limit. 

Depending on the volume and size of the farm, and other market-related factors, one can drive a positive return on investment from 6 months to 2 years.

National Horticulture Board & NHM are the agency where you could get subsidies on the protected structure.

However the Govt. is considering bringing hydroponics under a subsidy scheme in the future.

What is Hydroponics farming?


Hydroponics is a method of gardening that grows plants in a water and nutrient solution instead of using soil. The hydroponics system makes it easier to grow plants and vegetables all year round. Typically, plants cultivated this way yield more, need less space, and conserve soil and water.

If you are someone who lives in an apartment and does not have an outdoor gardening plot, the hydroponics system is a perfect solution. You will need to monitor many factors in the growing phase, such as lighting, water quality, air circulation, and more.

Hydroponics For Beginners.


For beginners, four methods are suitable: the wick system, the water culture scheme, the drip system, and the ebb and flow system. The nutrient film technique and the aeroponic method are more sophisticated systems. Green vegetables such as lettuce, spinach, Swiss chard, and kale are the easiest plants to start with along with herbs such as basil, parsley, oregano, cilantro, and mint. Fruit plants such as tomatoes, strawberries, and hot peppers can also be grown hydroponically. A higher yield is the key benefit of the hydroponics method of agriculture.

Hydroponics growers have discovered that the yield of a Hydroponically grown plant is manifold more than that of a normally grown plant. It is because the roots of the plant are dipped directly into nutrient-rich solution, they are able to obtain a good amount of key nutrients as opposed to the use of soil where the nutrient availability may be less or scattered.

Root systems needed for a hydroponically grown plant are a lot smaller and plants can also be then grown in a smaller area helping them divert energy into the growth of leaves and stems. This is also favorable for people who have a lesser area to offer for their produce such as a backyard or maybe even a small greenhouse.


Because of its more natural approach to the use of resources than the traditional growing methods, hydroponic gardening is rapidly becoming a common choice for many growers around the world. Hydroponics is something that is gaining traction in India and farmers and people alike are understanding the benefits of it.

SCOPE OF HYDROPONICS IN INDIA

Hydroponics is something that is gaining traction in India and farmers and people alike are understanding the benefits of it! Before starting your own hydroponic farm, you can read more about it here and must go through these key precautions:

  • Although almost everything can be grown hydroponically, some vegetables in hydroponic systems thrive more than others. Pick plants such as cucumber, tomato, capsicum, strawberry, lettuce and leafy greens that don’t mind moisture and that don’t get too big for their setup. 
  • Also, depending on the size, robustness and root development of the plants to be grown and the configuration of the system, when setting up a hydroponic garden, one must decide whether to use only a solution culture or some sort of growth medium.
  • Plants with shallow roots do well in solution cultures, like leafy greens. On the other side growth media such as foam, coconut husk, sponges, and peat moss work better with plants with deep roots such as beets, and heavy vegetables such as cucumbers.
  • Flowering and fruiting plants often require sunlight exposure, while leafy greens grow well even under cheap fluorescent lights put above them.


Hydroponics will produce the healthiest food possible and n a sustainable way, be it in large amounts, in the smallest space Hydroponics not only meets all the objectives set by organic farming but also goes a step further by giving people the opportunity to grow food in areas where conventional agriculture is simply not feasible.

WHY CHOOSE ROCKETSKILLS FOR A COURSE IN HYDROPONICS?

To learn hydroponics farming online by experts, you can enroll in our hydroponic agriculture course and start your own hydroponic garden at home with Rocketsills.

  • The hydroponics course at Rocketskills is in-depth and well structured.
  • Covering both practical and theoretical knowledge the course has a minimum of 10+ hours of recorded content and is designed in a way that will enable the users to start their own hydroponics farm or business.
  • The course is designed by experts in the field who have hands-on experience and industrial know-how. our instructors are experts in their respective fields and have held many prestigious accolades.
  • The users get a chance to interact with these experts one on one and clear their doubts through live sessions.
  • Rocketskills enables peer-to-peer learning by giving access to exclusive groups upon enrollment. Through these groups, the users can interact with like-minded people and learn from each other.

Rocketskills is the best online training platform to start your Hydroponics online training from

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