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Biotic India

Welcome to hygienic farming

The popularity of hydroponics has increased dramatically in a short period of time leading to an increase in experimentation and research in the area of indoor and outdoor hydroponic farming.

Why Biotic India?

Advantages of soilless farming

  • Can overcome temporal (seasonal) and spatial (agroclimatic) problems of crops.
  • Uses much less water, no percolation and runoff.
  • High density cropping. (i.e. more number of plants in small area)
  • Faster growth, early harvest/ fruiting and with extended duration or some crops can be grown round the year.
  • Bigger yield with better quality and shelf life.
  • Less number of field operations for successful crop production.
  • Clean hygienic environment.
  • Effeicient nutrient utilization.
  • Can be grown by landless people on their rooftops/ in windowsills/inside houses or backyards.

USP's of us

  • 100% pesticide free
  • 100% dust free
  • 95% less water
  • Minimum land required

Biotic India

Ready to planting

Ready to eat after 21 days

Lolo Roso Lettuce (premium quality)

Thyme Herb

Biotic India

Grow 4000 plants in 1000Sq.ft.

Traditional agriculture is cultivation of crops/plants in soil. The plants, in fact, do not need soil to grow but for its nutrients. If the plants are grown in nutrient solutions or any other substrate (other than soil) containing essential nutrients, the practice is known as soilless gardening/ dirt free farming.


Apart from light, for soilless farming, plant needs  the water based nutrients consisting of five macro elements ( nitrogen, phosphorus, calcium, potassium and magnesium) required in large quantity and seven micro elements ( iron, manganese, copper, sulphur, molybdenum, zinc and borate) needed in small quantity. The ideal EC range is 1.5 and 2.5 ds/m; pH 6.0-6.5

Why soilless farming? 

As the population of our planet soars at an alarming rate and arable land available for crop production declines incessantly, soilless cultivation/ hydroponics offer us a lifeline of sorts and allow us to produce crops in greenhouses or in multilevel buildings dedicated to agriculture. Apart from land, other resources like water and labour are becoming scarce.