TRAINING

TRAINING PROGRAM ON HOME GARDENING

Why one should have a Home garden.......

  1. Home Gardens Are Green and Sustainable: Buying natural organic food is expensive, but often desired due to all of the chemicals and genetic altering done by nowadays. Growing your own fruits and vegetables is the most organic you can get! You’ll be helping the environment and saving money at the same time.This way you can control what goes into your food.
  2. Home Gardening Is Versatile: Some people think they need a huge yard to have their own garden, but nothing could be further from the truth. No matter how much space you have, you can always find room for a few plants. This is true even if you live in an apartment or only have a small porch. All you need is a DIY attitude and a bit of creativity.
  3. Home Gardens Save Money: The most significant reason to grow your own produce is the price. For instance price of Tomatoes are pretty high these days. If you have sufficient supply in your kitchen garden you can always save. You probably already know that herbs are really expensive to buy in the store Growing your own herbs can be made cheaper by starting out with seeds. Some herbs, like rosemary and thyme, can even last for years.
  4. Home Gardening Relieves Stress: Gardening is a wonderful activity to relieve stress. You’re outdoors, you’re getting exercise, and best of all, the activity often takes your mind off work and other stress in your life.
  5. Home Gardening Is a Family Activity: For some, gardening is a solo activity. But this doesn’t have to be the case. Why not ask your spouse and/or children to give you a hand in the garden? You may be surprised by how much fun you can all have together. Finding fun activities for the whole family to participate in can be tough and we often resort to spending a bunch of money to have fun, but working in a garden together costs nothing. Your kids might love helping you grow veggies in the garden, so this can be an inexpensive alternative to consider.
  6. A weekend that will take you through unfolding of many layered perceptions you carry about the food you buy from a sabzi wala or a nearby shop. It tells you how you can save money by investing little time in making an eco-friendly low budget Kitchen Garden that not only gives you tastier food but also healthier food.

You will learn to make natural fertilizers, enzymes and pesticides (with stuff readily available in every home).

Key Points about the training programme of Home Gardening :

  • Easy and Cost-Effective methods- to help you on your budget
  • Low Maintenance tips- considering many of us are working full time.
  • Recycling and reusing techniques- to be more eco-friendly and save pollution
  • Making your own soil- with the waste that we always ignore
  • Finding the shortest and simplest way between Earth, Hands and Mouth

Apart from the above key points, you will also understand significance of Earthworms, Desi Cow Milk, Indigenous seeds, etc.< /p>

This course is a nice blend of theory & practical.