In this thesis, the selfcontroled hydroponic system, for indoor cultivation of vegetable will be presented. Hydroponics is a soilless system which has developed for growing leafy vegetables and as well as vegetables with fruit. Different techniques are developed: NFT system, aeroponics, aquaponics and different systems with substrates. Such methods of production are becoming more and more popular at a vegetable marketers, where they are placed in greenhouses, as well as a smaller systems for growing vegetables in indoor areas (kitchens, restaurants, shops), which are usually self-sufficient with water, nutrients, and light. The main positive features of such systems are in shorter growing period, less use of space, automation of the system and that vegetables can grow during the whole year. Because of these characteristics, everyone can have their own vegetables without a garden, either in the apartment or on the balcony. Automation of the system offers consumers easy control of growing conditions, especially light, water and nutrients. Such self-controlled vegetable growing systems are already developed and popular and their use will become in the future, especially in cities, desirable equipment in many households. The self-controlled system is appropriate for cultivation of leafy vegetables, microgreens, seedlings, small fruit tomatoes, pepperoni and different types of herbs. This diploma will be focused on the growing conditions that are necessary for successful and fast-growth vegetables. The most important conditions like quality and light intensity, temperature, nutrient solution compositions and the suitability of substrates for cultivation will be described.