The birth of a hydroponic business

India: Conventional problems, unconventional solutions

The conventional problems associated with agriculture can be solved through unconventional means, the belief was turned into reality by the young entrepreneurs in Delhi. Deepak Kukreja, Dhruv Khanna, Ullas Samrat, and Devanshu Shivnani, the friends who wanted to do something that was economical and ecological gave birth to Triton Foodworks.

Back in 2014, Ullas was keen on developing a farm in Mohali as a defense mechanism for his mother diagnosed with Interstitial Lung Disease. The doctors however advised that the life on the farmhouse shall cause more harm than good due to dust and various issues linked to farming. He was then determined to find ways to make a clean farm for his mother. Dhruv, then based in Singapore did a lot of field research there and the two of them zeroed in on Hydroponics. They later collaborated with Deepak and Deevanshu to look after tech and finances.

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