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Commercial Rooftop Hydroponic Farm

Hydroponics : 21st Century Farming Technology

The science of soil-less farming is called hydroponics. It basically involves growing healthy plants without the use of a traditional soil medium by using a nutrient like a mineral rich water solution instead. A plant just needs select nutrients, some water, & sunlight to grow, and not only do plants grow without soil, they often grow a lot better with their roots in water instead.

Future of farming has arrived

Hydroponics is a key tool in our collective challenge to provide a growing global population with clean, sustainable, local food. As venture capitalists investing billions in the AgTech industry, Young agripreneurs and urban Growers are taking to hydroponics as new age of farming business.Today, hydroponics is thriving worldwide. Research shows the global hydroponics market is expected to reach $17.9 billion by 2026 and Indian hydroponics market is likely to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 13.53% between 2021 and 2027. 

Commercial Rooftop Hydroponic Farm

Hydroponics : 21st Century Farming Technology

The science of soil-less farming is called hydroponics. It basically involves growing healthy plants without the use of a traditional soil medium by using a nutrient like a mineral rich water solution instead. A plant just needs select nutrients, some water, & sunlight to grow, and not only do plants grow without soil, they often grow a lot better with their roots in water instead.

Future of farming has arrived

Hydroponics is a key tool in our collective challenge to provide a growing global population with clean, sustainable, local food. As venture capitalists investing billions in the AgTech industry, Young agripreneurs and urban Growers are taking to hydroponics as new age of farming business.Today, hydroponics is thriving worldwide. Research shows the global hydroponics market is expected to reach $17.9 billion by 2026 and Indian hydroponics market is likely to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 13.53% between 2021 and 2027. 

Commercial Rooftop Hydroponic Farm

Hydroponics : 21st Century Farming Technology

The science of soil-less farming is called hydroponics. It basically involves growing healthy plants without the use of a traditional soil medium by using a nutrient like a mineral rich water solution instead. A plant just needs select nutrients, some water, & sunlight to grow, and not only do plants grow without soil, they often grow a lot better with their roots in water instead.

Future of farming has arrived

Hydroponics is a key tool in our collective challenge to provide a growing global population with clean, sustainable, local food. As venture capitalists investing billions in the AgTech industry, Young agripreneurs and urban Growers are taking to hydroponics as new age of farming business.Today, hydroponics is thriving worldwide. Research shows the global hydroponics market is expected to reach $17.9 billion by 2026 and Indian hydroponics market is likely to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 13.53% between 2021 and 2027. 

Growers can have total control over a hydroponic system.

They are able to manage pH and nutrients to make sure plants are getting the exact nutrients they need. The systems are closed and recycle the water that is not used by plants. The technology allows growers to control temperatures, humidity and lighting schedules to improve plant production. Systems can be designed to make use of vertical space and increase planting density.

Maximum Yield Explains about Rooftop

Maximum Yield Explains about Rooftop Hydroponic Farming Business

The increased demand for fresh and chemical-free food in cities has led to a boom in urban farming in India. Hydroponics, a method of farming that involves growing plants without soil, today being used by many startups and urban farmers.

Rooftop hydroponic greenhouses are becoming more common in urban areas where farmable land is scarce. It is considered easier to outfit a building with a hydroponics system on the roof, rather than a soil garden, because hydroponic gardens are cleaner and less cumbersome.

Hydroponic technology can save water land and labour resources. Especially
in an urban and semi urban context where space is available at a premium
cost, hydroponics goes a step further and solves for this constraint as well since it eliminates the need for available soil, and allows multiple layers of farming in a relatively confined space.

Maximum Yield Explains about Rooftop Hydroponic Farming Business

The increased demand for fresh and chemical-free food in cities has led to a boom in urban farming in India. Hydroponics, a method of farming that involves growing plants without soil, today being used by many startups and urban farmers.

Rooftop hydroponic greenhouses are becoming more common in urban areas where farmable land is scarce. It is considered easier to outfit a building with a hydroponics system on the roof, rather than a soil garden, because hydroponic gardens are cleaner and less cumbersome.

Hydroponic technology can save water land and labour resources. Especially in an urban and semi urban context where space is available at a premium cost, hydroponics goes a step further and solves for this constraint as well since it eliminates the need for available soil, and allows multiple layers of farming in a relatively confined space.

Maximum Yield Explains about Rooftop

There are numerous benefits to installing a rooftop hydroponic greenhouse. One of the most obvious is the fact that vegetables and fruits grown in the greenhouse could be used by residents of the building to offset their own food costs.

Precisely Delicious Produce

We changed everything about growing food, without changing the food. Our produce tastes incredible, has lower environmental impacts, and we do it all at levels of precision that are impossible through traditional farming.

A Smarter Way to Grow

At InHydro we design and develop hydroponics farms to ensure each individual plant receives the optimal levels of sunshine, water, and nutrients. Our approach lets us grow exactly what’s needed, greatly reducing systemic food waste.

Truly Sustainable Food

Agriculture is long overdue for a technology update. As the world’s population has increased, environmentally damaging agriculture has increased to match. InHydro has redesigned the process for growing fresh produce to use vastly less energy and less water, on smaller amounts of space

From the Rooftop to Your Plate

Growing vegetables at home on a terrace/rooftop or balcony is a great way to bring fresh, nutritious veggies to your table. Knowing where your food came from is just one benefit of home vegetable gardening.

Offset the Urban Heat Island Effect (UHI)

Another big benefit is that this sort of “greening” helps to offset the urban heat island effect (UHI), and helps make cities not only more livable, but healthier for humans.

Local, Fresh, And Healthy Food

We grow a diverse range of top quality produce includes herbs, leafy greens, vegetables free from pesticides all year round, right where you and your costumers are.

Typical Rooftop Hydroponics Greenhouse

A rooftop hydroponic greenhouse is essentially exactly what it sounds like – A roof-mounted greenhouse that houses a hydroponic system. Rooftop hydroponic Farm is a greenhouse located on the roof of a building that has been outfitted with a hydroponic system, as opposed to conventional soil-based containers or raised beds. Rooftop Farming has been developed to provide urban gardeners with options for growing.

Rooftop Hydroponic Systems in cities Produce Vegetables that are Cheaper and Healthier than Rural Farms

Urban farmers are taking to hydroponics, a water-smart solution to grow pesticide-free produce on rooftops or terraces

Because these types of systems require no soil, they can reduce the weight on the rooftop. These types of greenhouses also limit the amount of material that must be transferred from the ground to the roof, and the water system can often be tied into the building’s water supply or into a rainwater collection system on the rooftop.

Ready for Get Growing ?

Rooftop plant production is the practice of growing plants on top of residential, commercial and industrial buildings. The rooftop is an ideal landscape for growing plants in dense cities, as it typically has greater exposure to solar energy than ground below.

InHydro’s Hydroponic System Experts love helping our growers in their environmental controls and design custom solutions that optimize crop turns. With our hydroponic consultation services our hydroponics experts will design Greenhouse, Hydroponic System, Farm Automation, lighting, and business solutions for your unique .situation.

Improve the productivity of your growing operation by incorporating our leading-edge technology. we will lower your capital and operation cost by offering best solutions for 21st century farm development. We are growing a global network of urban farms that are closer to our communities and kinder to our environment. We grow a diverse range of top-quality produce all year round, right where you are

India’s hydroponics market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 13.53% between 2021 and 2027.

Faster Maturity Higher Yield

Urban farmers are taking to hydroponics, a water-smart solution to grow pesticide-free produce on rooftops and terraces

Grow varieties of Clean. Fresh. Healthy crops including leafy greens, herbs & medicine plants, year-round with our custom designed hydroponic farms.Our farms support year-round growing in any climate, from the densest of cities to the most remote area of the country. Our designs promote efficient water and energy usage, high yields, and easy maintenance

What Can I Grow ?

So many crops, so many possibilities.

Explore a wide variety of Fruits, Vegetables, Crops, from classic herbs to exotic edible flowers. The choice is yours.

Vegetables

Lettuce, Kale, Pokchoy, Chinese Cabbage, Red Cabbage, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Spinage, Asparagus, Beans, Swiss Chard, Basil, Chives, Parsley, Rosemary, Mint, Sage, Thyme, Coriader, Oregano, Celery

Herbs Plants

Basil, Cutting Celery, Chervil, Chives, Cilantro, Mizuna, Fennel Leaf, Marjoram, Mint, Oregano, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Shiso, Sorrel, Thyme.etc

Our Rooftop Hydroponics Farms Bundles

We are able to grow where people live by making use of unused rooftop spaces, taking advantage of the natural sunlight on the rooftop instead of using artificial light indoors means healthier vegetables, with lower production cost so we can harvest faster-growing produce which is affordable and available in your own local supermarket.

The climate-controlled environment maintains optimal growing conditions, we keep pesky bugs and pests off our greens by growing them inside our rooftop greenhouse. This is essential when we grow without pesticides and herbicides to keep your food safe

Latest Work

Rooftop Greenhouse and gardens have been implemented in many Cities in India,

We will Design and Develop rooftop hydroponic growing system that is easy to install and use, comes with everything you need to produce farm-to-table vegetation.