Sustaibale growing

• Water conservation
Hydroponic growing uses just one-twentieth the amount of water of field grown crops. The plants receive just the right amount of nutrient-rich water through a computer‐controlled drip irrigation system that feeds the water and nutrients directly to plants’ roots. Any un-used water from the plants is recycled, sterilized and reused to ensure quality and safety.

• Soil & Land conservation
We exercise soil-free growing practices, by using rockwool substrates, within our clean, sanitary, indoor greenhouse environments, which helps to control diseases. Apart, there is no depletion of soil nutrients and soil erosion.

• Integrated Pest Management Practices (IPM)
All of our Greenhouse clients implement stringent sanitary practices and introduces beneficial insects to maintain a safe, natural, pesticide free environment, to provide you with products that are not only delicious, but are also healthy for your family.

Carbon dioxide, heat, ventilation
Our Greenhouse clients have turned science into an art. They use high‐tech computer systems that monitor and control carbon dioxide levels, heat, ventilation and plant nutrition. Many greenhouses also store unused heat in large water tanks, that hot water runs through heating pipes during cooler evening temperatures

Because of this precision, their vegetables look and taste perfect without doing anything unnatural to them.

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