ROOFTOP ORGANIC FARMING






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It's a patch of green, a wondrous vegetable garden that has sprung up at a height of about 50 feet on the fast-expanding concrete maze of neighbouring New Town in Kolkata, the eastern state of India. With a production of more than 70kgs of organic vegetables on top of a multi-storied building that covering an area of 5,000 sq ft. A team of five farming experts who run a social service platform in Birbhum district at eastern state of West Bengal has been working tirelessly to grow more than 35 kinds of organic vegetables on the concrete terrace. What they have managed to grow is amazing. Nearly half a dozen varieties of leafy vegetables, several kinds of chillies, multiple varieties of brinjals, tomatoes, cauliflowers, cabbages, carrots, onions, beetroots, capsicum, garlic, mustard, flat beans, bitter gourd. In all, the farm has 400 baskets that grow multiple varieties, either simultaneously or one after another in quick succession. Every piece of prop in the garden is strictly eco-friendly and yields only organic vegetables those are supposed to be tastier and healthier than the pesticide-injected varieties that the city consumes.

14/03/2017

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CAMARA NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D300S
DISTANCIA FOCAL 17/2
LENTE 63/10
VELOCIDAD DE OBTURACIÓN na
APERTURA 331919/62500
ISO 400
FECHA 14/03/2017

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