Growing Popularity of Rooftop Farming

Rooftop Farming is the system of creating green spaces on building rooftops for growing vegetables and fruits. From simple greens like spinach, mint, cabbage to bottle gourd, ivy gourd, sunflower, strawberries and cauliflowers, the practice provides a huge array of food growing options. Yester decade has seen it as an accelerated trend in urban societies. […]

Foreshortening the Trail of Healthy Living

The Concept of Farming Practices The original context of the word was a landowner leasing out his land to be cultivated by tenants.  Different types of farming practices have been adopted by people that suit their space and fulfill their needs. Depending on the nature of the crop, seeds are procured and the soil is […]

एक कदम जैविक जीवन शैली की ओर..

कोरोनोवायरस द्वारा दुनिया के लिए किए गए सभी दुखों के बीच, एक अच्छी बात यह थी कि लोगों ने अपनी प्रतिरक्षा (Immunity) और स्वास्थ्य को फिर से महत्व देना शुरू कर दिया। जीवन की तेज़ रफ़्तार से कदम मिलाकर चलने के लिए, शुद्ध खान-पान की मेहनत कम हो गयी है| अब, मानव सभ्यता अकार्बनिक बाजारों […]

Soil-Less Rooftop Farming

” Soil Vs Soil-Less Growing Medium” Since grade 1 we were taught that a plant needs soil, water, and sunlight to grow. But never did we ask if one of these elements was exchanged. The pH value of water keeps changing, whereas the sunlight remains constant. But what if we change or remove the element […]

Large Portable Farms or Small Multiple Grow Bags?

The New Normal Trend of Growing own Organic Vegetables on Rooftop!! Is it better to keep a single 100 rupee note or notes of rs.10 that sum up to Rs 100? Would you buy an individual shades of eye shadow every time or buy a pallet at once? Well, either situations have their own set […]

A Chain Reaction towards an ‘Organic’ Lifestyle

Amongst all the miseries that Corona Virus did to the world, there was one good thing that happened, People started valuing their immunity and health again. The world became concerned about their eating habits that had gone for a toss amidst the busy schedules. Now, the human civilization looks out for organic products in the […]


Every hour, we lose more than 50 acres of Indian agricultural  land to urban expansion. In the same time period, our population rises by 240 people. Less land to grow food + more mouths to feed = big problem. But, forward-thinking farmers are increasingly disregarding the limits of conventional agriculture in favour of cultivating on what […]

Rooftop farming: How city dwellers are making a healthy shift toward local food

Urbanisation is becoming a rising issue in Indian society. We are losing agricultural land every hour as a result of ever-increasing urbanisation sprawl, while the population is expanding by huge leaps. It implies that we will have less area to grow food on and more mouths to feed, which is concerning and appears to offer a larger […]


Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) is known since time ancient Egyptians for its energizing, refreshing sedative properties. Lettuce spread to the Greeks and Romans, the latter of whom gave it the name “lactuca”, from which the English “lettuce” is ultimately derived. Today, lettuce is one of the most common leaf vegetables and a basic ingredient of salad […]


PESTICIDES IN VEGETABLES – As the size of land-holdings of vegetable-farmers located close to the cities shrink, they resort to more and more lethal chemicals to “milk” every square inch of their arable lands. The residues of these lethal chemicals not only stick to the skin of the vegetables but are also absorbed into the […]

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