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Palava World City residents take on spiraling costs of veggies!!

Discussion in 'News' started by shree shetty, Jul 30, 2014.

  1. shree shetty New Member

    The residents of Palava World City are holding a series of sessions on growing veggies and herbs at home. The third session on Urban Farming was held on July 26th. The theme was ‘Kitchen Gardening 101’. These sessions helps attendees not only save on the ever escalating prices of vegetables but also ensure getting organic and pesticide free produce.

    It was conducted at the Casa Bella clubhouse and saw the community further learn the benefits of certain vegetables. Drumsticks, for instance, are high in calcium, antioxidants and are natural decongestants. On display were a variety of homegrown plants like mint, drumsticks and spinach.

    Community members also voted for the best plants from the group. Ajay Choudhari won the best gardener award for his homegrown vegetables ladies fingers and chilies. He won an advanced organic farming workshop course with leading organic farming group ‘Green Souls’.

    The session culminated with the formation of Palava’s Urban Farming Club and committee members volunteering to run the club. Members are currently planning their first community farm visit to Kharghar in August.


    Keep in touch with the Palava City to know more about upcoming events: visit www.palava.in or follow Palava on Facebook

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