DIY System Design and Construction (Online, Intermediate)
Plan and design your own home hydroponic unit using scavenged materials. Recommended companion courses: “Techniques of Natural Pest Management for Indoor Growing” and “Harvesting, Pruning, & Cloning”
If this is your first endeavor into indoor growing, we’d suggest taking our three part Intro to Hydroponics Series before taking this class.
If you’re already growing and looking to step up your game, you’ve come to the right place!
This one hour, live, online course with Farm.One’s resident hydroponics instructor and hydroponicist, Caleb Raff, will cover:
- Basic Elements of a Hydroponic System
- Essential Components for a Hydroponic System
- Nice to Have Components of a Hydroponic System
- Considerations for System Design
- Safety & Sanitation Techniques
- Materials and Tools for Construction
- Live Demo of System Construction from Scavenged Home Materials
In addition to a live Q&A during the event, all registrants will receive a recording of the class to reference when putting your learnings into action.
The team at farm.one does an amazing job. They know their craft and are more than happy to educate and make you feel right at home, all while managing to supply top-tier NYC restaurants with the only the best. (5 out of 5)
Our team has years of experience overseeing plant health and production techniques at Farm.One's New York farm, and successfully growing a huge variety of crops, both hydroponically and conventionally.
A Unique Farm In Manhattan
Farm.One in Tribeca is a unique, custom-designed, climate-controlled indoor space with multiple hydroponic and lighting systems. Over 100 different crop varieties are grown at once, including rare and unusual herbs and greens, edible flowers and other exciting culinary ingredients.
There is no other facility like this in New York.