Intro to Hydroponics: Seeding & Crop Selection (Online, Beginner)
Learn more about germination, grow mediums, & crop selection. Recommended companion courses: “Basics of Hydroponic Growing & Systems” and “Inputs & Conditions for Happy Plants”
If you’re brand new to Hydroponic Farming, we’d recommend taking Intro to Hydroponics: Basics of Hydroponic Growing & Systems before taking this online class.
This one hour, live, online course with Farm.One’s resident hydroponics instructor and hydroponicist, Caleb Raff, will cover:
- Types & Characteristics of Grow Media
- Techniques for Seed Starting and Germination
- Inputs & Conditions Necessary for Optimal Germination
- Ideal Plants for Hydroponic Growing
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.
Educational and interactive! I went on thr tasting tour with my gf and friend and had a really fu time. The tour starts by going over the facility, which is located under a restaurant. There they grow a number of unqiue herbs for other restaurants throughoit the city that are hard to source locally. During the tour you taste many if these plants and have a glass of wine. Overall the experience was great. I learned a ton about plants unfamiliar to me and the last plant you get to taste is wild! Very fun for dates or groups. (5 out of 5 stars)
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.