At CRAFT, we are constantly working on making nutrient solution that can replicate the wide variety of nutrients and biological environment present in the soil. CRAFT is developing its own nutrients which are being tested of commercial scale.
‘Center for Research in Alternative Farming Technologies’ is a part of our work in sustainability. We are also working on an eco-tourism model in tribal areas.
CRAFT involved in extensive research of Aquaponics systems in the urban Indian context as well as the most economical model for the Indian Farmers.
The word hydroponics comes from two Greek words, “hydro” meaning water and “ponics” meaning labor. The concept of soil less gardening or hydroponics has been around for thousands of years.
‘Center for Research in Alternative Farming Technologies’ is currently researching the models of urban vertical farming (VF) or Terrace VF. The terrace farms has many advantages.
We work with local farmers and communities, imbibing a culture of self-sufficiency, along with developing new skills and knowledge on safe food production.
We provide Aquaponics set-ups that can be installed in homes, terraces, shops and other places, and offer training and education to build your own system.