We are a team of scientists and we watch crops grow. We see and observe everything. We observe the sunshine. See it change. We observe the temperature. We observe the water. We observe the soil. We collect data on the entire life cycle of the crops. We gather data on the effect that each one has on the other. It is this body of data that we use to draw conclusions and recommend interventions. We measure the effect that these interventions too have on the crops.
What we do
Using a combination of techniques innovatively to optimise results
Okra Commercial and Research Data
>> Edible part – In India, the immature tender and green pods are eaten mainly boiled in culinary preparations, as sliced and fried pieces. It is also slice dried in sun for its year-round consumption. Tender, green fruits are cooked in curry in curry and soup
>> Food Value - Okra fruits are rich in calcium (90mg/100g fresh weight) and provide valuable supplementary items in the tropical diet, which is basically starchy in nature lacking calcium and iron.
Creating ideal growing conditions for crops
We absolutely have to conserve water. There are no two ways about it. It is an essential resource that is fast depleting. We use a combination of techniques to ensure not even a drop is wasted.
We cannot continue to poison the crops and the earth any more. An intelligent protocol of Integrated Pest Management, setting natural enemies one against the other and a strict schedule of what and how much of chemicals may be used and when, ensuring no pesticides remain on the produce by the time it is harvested.
Every morsel that we produce must be packed with goodness. It must nourish and nurture. It must be fresh and healthy and ‘just right’
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