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Automation Options in Horticulture

Automation in Horticulture-Hamari Krishi Aeroponic Octa Garden System

Automation Options in Horticulture: Indoor and outdoor horticulturists enjoy certain perks of their respective practices, and these perks are generally interrelated with gardening labor and work environment. For indoor growers, access to conveniences such as electricity allows for the use of technology related to environmental controls, lighting systems, and irrigation setups. These workplace bonuses generally make the day-to-day routine of ... Read More »

Combining Sunlight and Grow Lights: Supplemental Greenhouse Lighting

LED Lights for Green House-Hamari Krishi

Supplemental Lighting: Once considered two distinct schools of thought in horticulture, the line between indoor and outdoor cultivation is being blurred. Highly sophisticated, year-round greenhouses are at the forefront of this fusion movement as they utilize the best practices of both methodologies in a creative give and take. These operations utilize the sun’s energy to power essential plant functions while ... Read More »

Want Fresher Produce? Leave Dirt Behind

Grow Lettuce Hydroponically-Hamari Krishi

MICHAEL ANTHONY admires the butter lettuce he has been buying for the last month so much that he invented a salad for it. The $12 dish he serves at Gramercy Tavern in Manhattan is also made up of pickled eggplant, ricotta, pickled cherries and heirloom tomatoes, but the greens are the star, and for good reason. Often picked only several ... Read More »

10 ways to find out if your food is organic

How to tell a product is organic-Hamari Krishi

Appearance If it is naturally and organically grown, no two items will look identical… ever! It’s just not possible to find two things that look absolutely alike in nature. No two leaves of the same mango tree will ever look 100% alike. Similarly, each apple, mango or even grain will always look different from another. Their colour, shape, structure will ... Read More »

What to Grow in a Hydroponic Greenhouse

What to Grow in Hydroponic Greenhouse

Hydroponic greenhouses can produce larger yields than a traditional greenhouse but for maximum success the grower must understand what to grow and what not to grow. Some plants may spread out too much to grow properly in a hydroponic greenhouse. Other plants may be cool weather plants and will not be able to stand the constant high temperatures that other ... Read More »

How to Grow Stevia

Introduction  You need not be a South American planter to be a successful stevia grower. While the herb’s native locale may make it appear somewhat exotic, it has proved to be quite adaptable and capable of being cultivated in climate zones as diverse as Florida and southern Canada. True, home-grown stevia may lack the potency of refined white stevia extract; ... Read More »

Vertical Farming Market Growing $6.4 Billion By 2023

Vertical farming-Hamari Krishi

Press Release  Vertical farming is a nontraditional method to grow crops, which enables ease of harvesting, no effect of climate, high yield, minimal usage of pesticides, less area requirement, and less water consumption. For instance, one hectare of vertical farming is equivalent to nine hectares of traditional outdoor farming, and saves nearly 200 tons of water on a daily basis. ... Read More »

Natural Air Purifiers! Our Way to fight Pollution

The way to fight Air Pollution  .. Natural Air Purifiers !!! The EPI rankings were published on the sidelines of the annual World Economic Forum meet in Davos on Tuesday. With a score of 30.57, India fares better than only three countries — Democratic Republic of Congo, Bangladesh and Burundi — in curbing pollution. The rate with which our environment ... Read More »

Cucumber no longer a cool salad, scientists find radioactive traces in the vegetable!

This article helps us understand farming practices which are Chemical Pesticides oriented only leads to harmful and chronic disorders in humans. We need to stop them and use as much organic pesticides to a sustainable future. HYDERABAD: No Indian salad is complete without the ubiquitous kheera, tomato, cabbage and green chilli. And now agricultural scientists have cautioned that these essential ingredients of ... Read More »

How to Avoid Transplantation Shock

How to Avoid Plant Shock on Transplantation- Hamari Krishi

Transplantation shock is the stress a newly transplanted plant gets when shifted from one place to another. This is generally caused by the sudden change in the familiar to a non familiar conditions of the sapling or mature plant. There are various ways in which a sapling can be made from a seed. They are:- Saplings created in Soil Saplings ... Read More »