Leafy Greens

Leafy Greens in Hydroponics –A general outlook.


Hey readers, this is an Introductory page about growing leafy greens in hydroponic system.

We provide total guidance and services regarding such project, here is an overview about what you can grow in a leafy green hydroponics farm, most grown vegetables, and some facts about them.

Leafy greens are the most popular hydroponically grown vegetables. Some of the listed leafy greens here are arugula, basil, chive, endive, kale, lettuce, and spinach. We can get a good yield in a controlled environment in hydroponics.


Our TAL hydroponic systems supply special secret blend of nutrient to the roots in solution with different methods according to the requirements of the plants.

Hydroponically growing these leafy green plants is great for conserving water in compare to traditional methods since the only water loss is what is taken up and transpired through the plant leaves than losing water from soil or  media exposed to sun in traditional methods.

Most popular lettuce and leafy green varieties that are easy to grow well using hydroponic systems and we provide a complete setup for the same all along with timely maintenance services.



It can be harvested as early as 1 month after plantation one of the easiest plants to grow in a hydroponics system. 

The leaves of this plant add a bitter, tangy and peppery flavor to the salad. Can be grown hydroponically all-year-round.

Arugula has a peppery taste and is rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, folate, and calcium. Hydroponically grown arugula is delicate in texture, flavor, and appearance, it has more succulent and nutrient-dense leaves

Read our post about Arugula


Basil is a high demand plant, which is easy to grow in a hydroponics setup. These plants take up a little more space than others as we need to prune them regularly. In optimal conditions Basil can be grown in 28 days from seeds to start yielding. It is a plant with amazing flavours used in many Italian dishes. Most popular basil recipe is Pesto.

You can read more about basil here



A perennial plant that produces grass-like leaves that have a leek-like flavor.

Chives are rich in vitamin A and vitamin C, traces of Sulphur and are rich in iron and calcium. Used for great culinary creations.

Read our post about Chives


The Green Curled Endive plant will produce dark green curly leaves with large tender crisp ribs, excellent on salads and sandwiches. Endive rich in several vitamins and minerals, especially in folate and vitamins A and K, and is high in fibre.

You can read more about Endive here


Delicious and tender when stir-fried. Start harvesting young baby Kale 20 – 30 days after they were planted hydroponically. Fully mature Kale can take 3 to 4 months. This of course changes depending on the variety and growing conditions.

Read more about Kale here


Lettuce is one of the popular hydroponic crops. It thrives in the simplest of setups. Harvesting the outer leaves of lettuce as it grows should be practiced than harvesting the whole plant, so we’ll end up with an extended harvest of fresh lettuce. After cutting the outer leaves away, the inner leaves quickly produce to take their place.

Read our posts about Lettuce


Spinach of any variety grow well in a hydroponics system as it loves a nice moist environment gets ready for harvest from a seedling after around 14 to 21 days. Cooler temperature ranges at maturity promote sweet tasting harvests.

Read more about growing spinach in hydroponics


Swiss chard:

It is a winter leafy green vegetable and easy to grow hydroponically in a controlled environment. It’s not only one of the most popular vegetables along the Mediterranean, but also it is one of the most nutritious veggies too. You can harvest Swiss chard plants at around 35 days. Even after harvesting, it will continue to grow and prosper and give the heavy harvest.

Read more information about Swiss chard


Growing leafy greens hydroponically will ensure the production of pest and pesticide free-healthy foods to the consumers, the total water consumption in the whole system is far less (approximately 10 to 20%) of what in a farm.

Our services ensure that there is no glitch in the system and get great yield year around, our maintenance team will look after your system upon call for minimal prices.

We will shortly update our terms and conditions in a downloadable pdf form here

For more details you may contact us.


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