Our small Organic Terrace Gardens (OTG)

We have got this garden done on our terrace in Bangalore, India by a professional company. They are damn expensive. We have replicated the same ourselves for…
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11 Responses to “Our small Organic Terrace Gardens (OTG)”

  1. Narayana Anginthaya Reply April 1, 2013 at 5:42 am

    I am also interested in the project. Kindly send me your email id so that I can take your advice.
    Narayana Anginthaya
    email id : narayana.anginthaya@gmail.com

  2. nice work… can i have your email id pls, or send me your contact to dxndxb@hotmail.com

  3. Excellent ! Does it really yeild as much as the description says ? wow- thats impressive !
    can u pls share some tips and advice on how to get started with the equipment etc with me on aks_mali@yahoo.com ?

  4. Hello,

    Your OTG is really simple and superb…

    I am also interested in it. Kindly let me know is there any training provided for OTG. Let me know your contact no. Thanking you. My email id: yuva.amirt@gmail.com

  5. Please share the professional company contact detail

    My Email ID is rainapur24@gmail.com

  6. Hi love the way you have done the garden, could you tell me the approximate cost incurred to do this ? And also probably provide more details on how you got this done if possible ? My email address : ranand12@gmail.com

  7. This is really good one. If possible can you give me approximate cost incurred on my email janakchauhan@gmail.com . I have done organic terrace farming on experimental basis and the results are encouraging but now i wish to go for better infrastructure . Presently I have planted in cement bags

  8. Hello,

    Perhaps that professional company might have charged more as they had to build the concept and implement. Once the concept it implemented, it certainly costs less to imitate OR copy, like what you have done, for the simple reason that you have not spent time and effort to build the working concept. I can still see the difference in the box size and finish, material used. Cool Gardener…

  9. Looks good. I have also developed organic terrace garden in Vadodara for first time. I have planted vegetables in used cemetn bags and resutls are encouraging. Your seems to be somewhat costly affair. But is very nice. Will like to share ideas with you. My email id is janakchauhan@gmail.com

  10. ravindranath kavuri Reply April 1, 2013 at 9:59 am

    I think U have modeled UR terrace garden based on square foot gardening method, which is small but intensively planted and yield good crop. It is good to have a chance to eat fresh and healthy vegetables and leafy vegetables.

  11. Jaikumar Palaniswamy Reply April 1, 2013 at 10:19 am

    Hi Friend, nice to see your vegetable garden on your terrace. I am planning to start one on my terrace, and i have already some.

    Happy growing..