Uttarakhand News: Youth Doing Hydroponic Farming As Career

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Aniket Shukla and Priyansh Jain, who established their form in Dehradun’s Jhajhra, are originally from UP. According to the climate, both of them decided to start from Dehradun.

Aniket Shukla and Priyansh Jain
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People are bound to be disillusioned with the hassles of farming, but hydroponic technology has increased the trend of the younger generation towards farming. Other youths are also taking inspiration from this startup of Aniket Shukla and Priyansh Jain, who are looking for a career in agriculture by adopting hydroponic technology in Jhajhra, Dehradun.

Aniket Shukla and Priyansh Jain, who established their form in Jhajhra, are originally from UP. According to the climate, both of them decided to start from Dehradun. Computer Engineer student Aniket and Management student Priyansh started the startup in the year 2020 in Jhajhra. As Aniket, our today’s generation has little interest in soil based farming. Because it takes a lot of time and effort. These are not all problems with hydroponic technology.

Hydroponic control farming. Wherever your form is, you can control it from anywhere. The sensors used in the fields can also be connected to the mobile application to control the system. Aniket and Priyansh said that if you want to take a risk, then take it in your village. Even after going out, we have to take a risk in the beginning while doing some work. Along with the form, both youths give training in hydroponic techniques to 20 youths a week.

In this modern technology of farming, farming is done by controlling the climate without soil. In hydroponic farming, plants are grown only in water or in sand and pebbles with water. In hydroponic technology, a solution is prepared by mixing many nutrients and minerals in a certain quantity like phosphorus, nitrogen, magnesium, calcium, potash, zinc, sulfur, iron etc. This solution is mixed with water at stipulated time intervals. By which the plants get nutrients. In hydroponic farming, plants are grown using pipes. Several holes remain in the pipe, into which the plants are planted. The roots of the plants are immersed in the nutrient-rich water inside the pipe.

These crops can be grown
Small plant crops can be cultivated through this technology. These include carrots, turnips, cucumbers, radishes, potatoes, capsicum, peas, peppers, strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, watermelon, cantaloupe, pineapple, celery, basil, spinach, coriander, capsicum, broccoli, mint, strawberries, blueberries, tomatoes. Contains Cucumber, Herbs etc.

advantages of hydroponic farming
If hydroponic farming is done in the right way, up to 90 percent of water can be saved. More plants can be grown in less space by cultivating this method as compared to traditional farming. Nutrients are not wasted. The nutrients used are easily accessible to the plants. In this technique, plants are not affected by weather, animals or any other external, biotic and abiotic factors.

Many youths took up farming
Aniket and Priyanshu told that due to this technology, youth are getting involved in farming. Told that eight out of our 10 clients are those who are below 25 years of age. As Aniket farming means the first thought that comes to mind is that a lot of hard work will have to be done. Taking full time, but this is not the case in hydroponic technology. Your clothes don’t even get dirty. There is a clean environment. Hydroponic technology is a combination of technology and farming.

Expansion

People are bound to be disillusioned with the hassles of farming, but hydroponic technology has increased the trend of the younger generation towards farming. Other youths are also taking inspiration from this startup of Aniket Shukla and Priyansh Jain, who are looking for a career in agriculture by adopting hydroponic technology in Jhajhra, Dehradun.

Aniket Shukla and Priyansh Jain, who established their form in Jhajhra, are originally from UP. According to the climate, both of them decided to start from Dehradun. Computer Engineer student Aniket and Management student Priyansh started the startup in the year 2020 in Jhajhra. As Aniket, our today’s generation has little interest in soil based farming. Because it takes a lot of time and effort. These are not all problems with hydroponic technology.

Hydroponic control farming. Wherever your form is, you can control it from anywhere. The sensors used in the fields can also be connected to the mobile application to control the system. Aniket and Priyansh said that if you want to take a risk, then take it in your village. Even after going out, we have to take a risk in the beginning while doing some work. Along with the form, both youths give training in hydroponic techniques to 20 youths a week.

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