Workshop

Hydroponics

Hydroponics, by definition, is a method of growing plants in a water based, nutrient rich solution.Hydroponics does not use soil, instead the root system is supported using an inert medium such as perlite, rockwool, clay pellets, peat moss, or vermiculite.  where the cost of land is at a premium, crops  can be  produced underground, on rooftops and in greenhouses using hydroponic methods. you'd like to start a garden so that you can grow your own vegetables, but you don't have the space in your yard, or you're overwhelmed by pests and insects. Hydroponics is the right choice for you. you can set up a hydroponics garden in your home that will grow readily without a big investment.

We organize workshops on this technique which includes:

  • Introduction to Hydroponics
  • Commercial/hobby
  • Nutrients mixing
  • Fertigation planning
  • Pest Control
  • Resources Management
  • Business opprtunities

Kitchen Gardening

Nothing healthy better then grow vegetables for ourselves! The fresh aroma of a sprinkle of chopped coriander over soup, or and the refreshing taste of just-picked mint in your mocktail or simply the sight of bright red tomatoes growing right on your window sill are just a reasons to fall in love with kitchen gardening, Kitchen gardening connects you with healthy food- be it in your balcony, terrace, window grill or backyard.

Green soul brings hazel free concepts for those having smaller spaces at home (like sunny window sills and balconies) yet want to grow as much as possible. We organize workshops  around the year. In the workshop we will go a through a variety of herbs and leafy vegetables, their care and maintenance, and also help you get creative with the containers you plant them in. Besides learning to recycle your kitchen and garden waste will be an added advantage.

What you will learn?

  • Develop an understanding of soil ecology
  • Sowing seed and prepare saplings
  • Basic gardening techniques
  • Maintenance of healthy plants
  • Sowing colander: what to grow and when
  • waste composting at home