Who We Are?
You don’t need soil to grow your favourite vegetables on your terrace or in the corner of your balcony. Vatodar Green Waterfarms is right here to help you do that. We use the system of aquaponics, a combination of aquaculture and hydroponics, to grow vegetables. What it means is that fish waste is used for growing plants without soil, and getting vegetables, in return, also purify the water for the fish. The result – you can grow more than three dozen organic vegetables in less than two square feet of space in your own urban farm.
In the fast-shrinking city spaces, an urban farm helps reduce farm-to-fork distance and wastage of food while saving up to 80% water and pesticide usage, harvesting safe and fresh vegetables for your home and the neighbourhood. At Vatodar Green Waterfarms’s indoor urban farms, you can discover how your food is grown, which can range from leafy vegetables, salad greens, and kitchen herbs.
What’s more, we also provide consultancy to build large commercial farms and community-oriented farms for commercial use. Our mission is to nurture nature and bring the best, healthier food to your plate.
Sustainable Farming for Future Generations
With soil-less technology we would be able to save 80% of water compared to traditional farming and saves time required for soil preparation. Inside urban farms there would be less requirement of man-hours as efforts for weeding and pest infestation is reduced with the help of integrated pest management. Due to proximity of farms to urban areas farm-to-fork distances are reduced, curbing carbon footprint caused as well as optimize logistics with fresh agriculture harvest to cities with farm visit facilities for consumers. Controlled greenhouse environment allows a year-round stable growth cycle so that there is no off-season and non-native plants can be grown with optimized nutrient levels.
Shashank Choubey, with 8 years of industry experience of Technical Consultancy. Have helped Mobile Infra company to increase sales prior to starting as an Urban Grower.
Karan Negi, with 5 years of experience as a Senior Operations Manager and Relationship Manager before starting as an Urban Grower.