Growing your veggies and consuming them fresh from a farm; no chemical-doused produce, authentic taste and only the best quality. Sounds like an amazing concept, doesn’t it? If you’re an aspiring urban farmer but push your dream aside because ‘hey, there’s no space for people to live in the city, how do I grow vegetables?’, this article is a must-read for you. Run by a Kerala teacher-student duo, Shijin V S and Amal Mathew, both electrical engineers, Ela Sustainable Solutions helps urban farmers set up hydroponic farming systems and mini-polyhouses in spaces as small as 100 sq ft! Amal Mathew and Shijin V S From tomato, cabbage, capsicum, cucumber, beans, tapioca, cauliflower, carrot, radish, brinjal, ladies finger to leafy greens like spinach, lettuce, and coriander, you can grow all your veggies using these technologies. Apart from setting up your own hydroponic farms and polyhouses, you can also gift entire smart garden kits to your loved ones. Especially the urban farmers of tomorrow, i.e. children. The Better India got in touch with CEO Shijin V S to learn about the duo’s journey and understand how Ela could help more urban farmers grow their food, cut down grocery costs and eventually […]


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