Agricultural enthusiasts believe that everyone needs access to healthy, fresh food. We believe every human needs abundant clean air, freshwater, and healthy food.
Yet, today we live a busy lifestyle and have forgotten our ability to grow our food. We must go back to the basics and recall how we began cultivating.
Our mindsets have changed, and now we think only farmers are responsible for producing food. This means there are no experts on how to grow plants except those who have taken a particular interest in it.
People are now forced to move to urban areas to make money, meaning that the only options available are buying food or renting farmland–it simply isn’t possible for them to cultivate crops traditionally.
The science behind agriculture has seen many changes. While everyone needs to know the fundamentals of cultivation, we should admit that not everyone specializes in farming.
A growing concern among consumers is about the fertilizers used in farming. Many people prefer to eat vegetables grown on an organic farm.
All of these factors combine to create a need for organic hydroponic farming in urban areas, which offers a solution to those who want access to healthy food but cannot find a way to do this without going through traditional means.
Hydroponic farming is a method of growing plants in water without soil. This method has many benefits: it is efficient, environmentally friendly, and produces high-quality crops.
We aim to promote organic hydroponic farming to access food cultivation for people in urban areas.
We encourage you to visit our website for information about hydroponic systems, growing mediums, nutrients, equipment, plants, etc.
I am Prasanniya. I received my Bachelor’s in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka. I completed my Postgraduate Diploma in Electrical Engineering at the University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.
After graduating, I acquired six years of industrial experience in projects related to renewable energy and electrical train. Additionally, as an undergraduate and graduate student, I received short-term training in the power, telecommunication, and software quality assurance fields. (My LinkedIn profile)
My broad area of experience has led me to the realization that sustainable living is something I’m passionate about, and my husband Thuwarakesh and I want to do our part in preserving our planet from further destruction. It’s a priority for us to conserve the earth’s resources and protect nature as it is naturally intended.
With a newfound interest in hydroponic farming, we began recognizing its potential to support urban cultures and those affected by climate disasters. Upon exploring this topic, however, we discovered that limited resources were available – an issue that likely resonates with many of you. After recognizing this need, my husband and I founded Hydroponic Way in 2021 to assist hydroponics enthusiasts worldwide.
Thank you for your interest!