Due to urbanization, industrialization, environmental deterioration, and other factors, soil-based agriculture is currently experiencing significant problems. The loss in available land per person is the most significant issue among others. With 6 billion people on the planet, there will only be 0.25 hectares of land available per person in 2050. This harmful impact is amplified by climate change, urbanization, and industrialization. Due to its effective resource management, hydroponics has emerged as a feasible solution to address these challenges, and it is now gaining popularity globally. Due to regulated settings and stringent certification regulations, hydroponic farms provide a workable method for producing food that is more environmentally friendly while avoiding harmful chemicals. Hydroponic farming is currently included into sustainable agriculture, far from being a pipe dream.