Green Initiative by Kairali for a Healthy and Unadulterated World

vermiculturecultivationandorganicfarmingbykairali

vermiculturecultivationandorganicfarmingbykairali

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Higher the standard of living has become, more complex and polluted the world is becoming to survive. So it is our duty to preserve Mother Earth for our own survival and also make it a better place to live in. We ought to reckon about our doings that might affect the environment and act as dutiful citizens of the world. 


Kairali Ayurvedic Group, a much-renowned Ayurvedic brand takes up certain corporate social activities that are highly beneficial for the society. One of its main division i.e., Kairali-The Ayurvedic Healing Village in Palakkad, Kerala, has contributed its share for the preservation and conservation of the environment through its vermiculture cultivation and organic farming techniques. This health resort, established decades back, believes in following the authentic and natural ways of living under the aegis of Ayurveda. The Ayurvedic principles and ancient texts have made it possible for Kairali to create an impact on the lives of the people and the surrounding nearby.

The corporate social activities of Kairali proves its concern and efforts for the deteriorating world for which it has been trying to work for. Vermiculture cultivation is a process of cultivation of earthworms, especially in order to use them to convert organic waste into fertilizer. This hence proves to be a great process to keep the plants free from diseases. The organic farming procedure opted by Kairali is a wonderful step taken up because it helps to maintain the health of the guests who visit the health farm. The food that is served in the healing village is made by all the plants and vegetables that are grown in their organic farm. One of the most interesting and useful thing that Kairali does is that the waste that comes from the kitchen is sent to the pig farms as their food. Either it is sent to the pig farms or it is sent to the pit for vermicomposting. In this way, the food never gets wasted and serves to be a useful fertilizer in protecting the plants. 

The list of vegetables that are grown in the organic garden are as follows:

1. Snake Goard
2. Bitter Goard
3. Ridge Goard
4. Bottle Goard
5. Pumpkin
6. Ash Goard
7. Watermelon
8. Musk Melon
9. Tomato
10. Okhra or Lady's Finger
11. Brinjal
12. Chilli
13. Gherkin
14. Capsicum
15. Onion
16. Carrot
17. Beetroot
18. Raddish
19. Baby Corn
20. Long Bean
21. French Bean
22. Dolichus Bean
23. Papaya
24. Fenugreek
25. Mint
26. Coriander
27. Palak
28. Green Amarantus
29. Red Amarantus
30. Dill leaves
31. Curry Leaves
32. Moringa
33. Cauliflower
34. Cabbage
35. Colocasia
36. Tyam
37. Tapioca
38. Banana
39. Bread Fruit
40. Salad Cucumber
41. Sambar Cucumber