Please look at my other videos for the latest model of Rooftop Organics – Organic Garden Modules. This is an old prototype and has quite a few problems associated with it.

One of them is hand watering, and different plants have different watering needs. This doesn’t allow that flexibility. Nutrients are chemicals, which are expensive and not necessarily complete. Plus the structure doesn’t last too long. In the long run it is expensive.

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Email: arijit.mitra@greentechlife.in
Ph: +91 94835 01361

Roof Top Vegetable Garden Module in Bangalore, India

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  • VasudhaGreenFarms Manne
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    hank you Ajit,

    Shall we come and meet you at Bangalore to Know more. We want to get it done t our Place to avoid Transportation of the Unit.Shall we need to pay any thing for your Know how.

  • Arijit Mitra
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    AaaKkk vegetables are not expensive. Land is! Especially in the cities.
    Our standard concrete terraces are not designed for farming. Doing things wrong can end up in leakage and seepage. Too much load will cause cracks.. the final product you see in our website has evolved over numerous prototypes to make them last 30 – 40 years, safe for terraces, watered only once a month, come with come with canopies that support shade nets or uv protective or polyhouse covers, that also support climbers. These canopies can withstand heavy winds and rigors of changing weather. Plus delivery all over India. Also life time consultancy over phone/email. Not to mention over Rs 3700 which goes straight to the govt. in the form of taxes.
    Our customers find these absolute value for money. 

  • Yash Sultania
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    Hai Iam yash like your idea I also want to try can you help me. Have you plant tree only cocopeat ? What about when you water it ? Do you water it daily and if it is extra watering wil it drain automatically ? I am a house wife and very much interested in gardening so I want some suggestion from you . Waiting for your reply thanks.

  • Godwin Prabhakar
    Reply

    As you said in video I didn't find your mail ID. If you don't mind I would like to know more to find out all the materials etc to make one roof top garden like this.

  • Prashanth N S
    Reply

    Superb! I have been producing a lot of compost from food waste using the Daily Dump pots. I am seriously considering getting a vegetable garden on my terrace now. Thanks for hte video!

  • acerb45666555
    Reply

    Why arent the state governors encouraging this (Urban Agriculture) so the masses can be fed easier? Whole towns can become gardens of eden!

  • Arijit Mitra
    Reply

    Coco peat is the dust you find among the fibres in a coco nut shell. Chemical Nutrients were mixed with water and added. Read the description of the video.

  • Arijit Mitra
    Reply

    They are hydroponic nutrients I had purchased from institute of simplified hydroponics, in Bangalore. I don't think they operate any more. I have stopped using chemicals a long time back as mentioned in the description.

  • Anupama Gupta
    Reply

    i want to know what material you use for grow the vegetables. what is coco peat and what other things are, kindly reply me

  • factorydisplay KamalCo
    Reply

    Thanks Arijit. You have given so much detail in this simple video. What kind of mineral nutrient solution do you use for such a module ?

  • dxdigitals
    Reply

    Arijit, Really a new idea to me, thanks for your effort.. thanks for your love for nature, i will contact you thru email to set-up similar one for our family, regards. dixon (seb s)

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