Everything you need to know: About Us

Who we are

We are Post graduates in Horticulture with a specialization in Fruit and vegetables cultivation with rich hands-on experience in organic farming for 17+ years

We are favorably recommended by organic farmers, processors, traders, government institutions and state Agricultural Universities and Certification Bodies.

With our best organic farming techniques, Organic farmers use practices such as crop rotation, composting, and biological pest control to maintain soil fertility and control pests and diseases, instead of relying on synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. We also provide practical training on organic farming

Organic farming also prohibits the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and irradiation. Organic products are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, or other artificial inputs, making them a healthier and more sustainable option for consumers.

We also offer a model of an organic farm. An organic model farm is a farm that employs organic farming practices and acts as a guide or example for other farmers to follow and maybe imitate.

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Postive Impact

Organic Farming Positive Impact

Organic farming can have a positive impact on the environment in several ways. Some of these include:


Soil Health

Organic farming practices such as crop rotation, composting, and the use of cover crops help to maintain soil health and fertility. This in turn helps to reduce the need for synthetic fertilizers and improves soil structure, which can lead to better water retention and increased carbon sequestration.


Organic farms often have a higher diversity of plants and animals than conventional farms. This can help to support local ecosystems and provide important habitats for wildlife.

Pest Control

Organic farmers rely on natural methods to control pests and diseases, such as using beneficial insects and encouraging biodiversity. This helps to reduce the use of synthetic pesticides, which can have negative impacts on the environment.

Climate Change

Organic farming can help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by reducing the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, which are major contributors to climate change. Organic farms also tend to use less energy than conventional farms.

Water Conservation

Organic farming practices help to conserve water by reducing the need for irrigation and improving soil health. Organic farms also tend to have better water retention and infiltration, which helps to prevent soil erosion and water pollution. Overall, organic farming can help to create a more sustainable and resilient food system that benefits the environment, the farmers, and the community.