Agaroo’s Seed Bank for vegetables
Agaroo’s Seed Bank is 100% indian owned and operated. We are an offline retailer of garden seeds. All of our seeds are non-GMO, untreated, and many selections are organic. We are committed to never selling GMO products. Agaroo’s Seed Bank was originally started in Chengalpattu, TN, We are strongly opposed to genetically modified (GMO) seeds. Therefore, the garden seeds we sell will always be non-GMO.
vegetable seeds, all of our seeds are non-GMO and are not treated with any chemicals. We are committed to only selling non-GMO seeds. All of our vegetable seed varieties are non-hybrid, heirloom, and open-pollinated. Whenever possible we to try to find organic seeds for all of our selections.
Agaroo’s Organic Farmer Association
The Agaroo’s Organic Farmer Association of India has been formed with the following objectives:
- To promote nature-friendly, scientific, farming systems and practices that are economically viable, energy efficient, climate friendly and oriented towards the conservation of the environment and the empowerment of rural communities, building upon indigenous and traditional knowledge, skills and practices. It will aim to help organize farm-households and families engaged in organic farming and connected activities into a recognizable entity that will effectively represent their interests at local, state, regional and national levels.
Agaroo’s Club of Urban Organic food Promotors
In recent years, retail sales of organic foods have blossomed as consumers have educated themselves about potential benefits associated with buying organic. While studies regarding the dangers of non-organic foods are largely inconclusive, that hasn’t prevented the organic food industry from topping nearly $31.4 billion in sales in 2011, up from just $3.6 billion in 1997, according to the Organic Trade Association.
So just who is contributing to this rise in sales? Today, marketers heavily invest in research that determines just who their audience is by examining the psychological behavior of the average organic food buyer.
Agaroo’s No Boil No Oil Womens Healthy Club
Learning how to prepare healthy meals is an important skill in life, and the earlier women start the better. By acquiring this invaluable skill, women can also gain an understanding of the importance of a healthy and balanced diet in This clubs. It also gathers, in one place, most of the information needed to teach women about healthy eating. Offering a wealth of recipes and practical tips, the club aims to show parents and their family how easy and fun it is to cook delicious and healthy meals. Even though the club is aimed at women, the recipes have been designed for young mothers and include simple step-by-step instructions they will find easy to follow.
Agaroo’s teen age active Club
The objective of This Club is to encourage and foster the development of the youth of India and hence the development of society as a whole through its activities like periodicals, events, community Services and online portals. Youth Club Will Undertake different projects and hence creates opportunities for the individuals all over India to mobilize their skills and resources and to work together for various social issues.
Agaroo’s old age healthy society
“Our mission is to not only offer seniors a healthy environment but also help bridge the gap bet-ween generations,”
In cities like ours, most seniors go through phases of being alone and being or feeling neglected by society. Many have children living abroad or far away. With seniors making up 8% to 10% of the city’s population, it is extremely important to have recreational centres and programmes to help them find companionship and support in their later years,”
Terrace Vegetable Garden (Madi Veetu thottam)
Make a Terrace Vegetable Garden on your rooftop, it is easy if you’ll do this with some planning. In this article you’ll learn which vegetables are suitable and how you can grow them on terrace
Fresh home grown vegetables taste delicious, are good for health and safe from chemicals. You don’t need to acquire a regular garden to grow them, you can also grow these on a balcony or terrace.For the vegetables, it is always good to grow them on the Southern or Western face, so the plants will have enough sun and can thrive easily. But too much sun is not good either. If you live in a warm tropical climate and the sun is too strong, it is advisable to provide afternoon shade to plants.