Sunita's makerspace – All you need is space

Smt. S. H. Gajera Primary School, Utran


  • Step 1 –Create a circular holes in a PVC pipie.
  • Step 2 – Plants are planted in a small plastic container.
  • Step 3 – There should be continuous flow of water in the pipe
  • Step 4 – This water contains nutrients such as nitrogen, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, ion, copper.


  • Pipe(PVC), Fertilizer – CANA3, MGSO4,NP12,FESO4,CUSO4,ZNSO4
  • Motor, TDS Meter


The science of soil-less gardening is called hydroponics.

It basically involves growing Organic 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, and sunlight to grow.

Learning Outcome:

Learn to grow vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers in nutriculture or hydroponics; as a hobby, or for self-sufficiency at home.

Hydroponics can play a vital role in changing the way we think about plant growth and may well be the future of gardening and farming.

Hydroponic farming is an alternative agricultural method where a substrate like gravel, Matrix Media, or perlite is used instead of soil.


  • Kotadiya Bhargav Hareshbhai [GRADE 8-E]