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Kitchen Garden Care

August 23 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

It’s easy to start a garden, anyone can do it. The difficult part is to keep it going. Garden Care forms the crux of gardening, and Edible Routes is here to help you with it!

This workshop will cover all about manuring, watering, weeding, mulching, and harvesting. Maintenance is your classroom of learning. While carrying out maintenance tasks, we will develop the observation skills required for successful gardening.

Ongoing tasks consist primarily of watering and weeding, with some secondary and seasonal tasks as well. But such tasks shouldn’t be seen as an additional burden to your schedule. The daily visit to our garden helps in many ways, from detecting early bug infestations to learning about the specific way each plant grows. We will share expert tips to make these tasks doable and fun!

Focus of the Workshop:

Manuring – why is it important, how to do it at home
Mulching – how to retain soil moisture and biodiversity
Weeding – how to optimise the growth of your edible plants
Watering techniques – one of the most important and most overlooked part of gardening
Harvesting – know when the fruit is ripe enough to harvest

Quick details:
Date: 23rd August, 2020
Time: 11 am – 12:30 pm
Facilitator: Kapil Mandawewala
Fee: 250/- only
5 workshops – “My Edible Kitchen” @ 999/- only
Recordings of “My Kitchen Garden” @ 1499/- only

This is the fourth session of the 5-part series: “My Edible Kitchen”. Through this series, you will delve into individual aspects of kitchen garden maintenance and build a strong connection to your plants. Click here to know more: http://https://rzp.io/l/My-Edible-Kitchen-Garden

About the facilitator:

Kapil – Founder, CEO, Edible Routes

Kapil studied Management of Information Systems & Finance from the University of Texas at Austin (1999-2003). He then worked for Deloitte Consulting in San Francisco as a Senior Consultant for five years.

In 2008, Kapil relocated to Gujarat to start organic farming at his 22-acre farmland. During the next five years, he established a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) system through which residents could buy local, seasonal, and fresh produce directly from the farm. He then founded Edible Routes in 2015 with the aim to help more and more people grow their own food.

Kapil has trained with Bhaskar Save in 2011, and in greenhouse cultivation from the Horticulture Training Centre in Talegaon, Maharashtra in 2012. Between 2012 and 2014, Kapil participated in the Shod Yatras in Mizoram, Manipur and Punjab with Prof. Anil Gupta, IIM Ahmedabad. He obtained his Permaculture Design Certificate in 2014 after training with Rico Zook. Since 2018, Kapil has been certified by Rosemary Morrow as a ‘Permaculture Teacher and Designer’.

With the Edible Routes team, he has created more than 1000 edible gardens and manages 25 farms in Delhi, NCR, Uttarakhand, Orissa, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Gujarat.

About Edible Routes:

Edible Routes is an earth and people friendly business and we see a world where all our food is grown close to us and by people known to us. This is a place with a strong sense of community, delicious organic food and happy souls.

Our journey began in 2015 with a dream of enabling every person to grow their own organic and sustainable food on their terrace gardens, balconies and homes. It fills our heart with happiness to have been able to provide so many families all over Delhi NCR the joy of eating healthy, growing organic food in their kitchen gardens and building a community of urban farmers.

At Edible Routes through services where we design home kitchen gardens, farm management, restoration of degraded land, water harvesting, workshops, helping people grow organic food in miniature farmlets and by providing natural and organic gardening products we are moving towards creating a world of conscious and healthy people who care for themselves and the earth.

Any queries? Contact us here: http://https://bit.ly/contact-Edible-Routes


August 23
11:00 am - 12:30 pm