Ganesha’s Greenhouse

The Siddhidata Kulam has completed the hydroponic tent, along with all of the small sheds surrounding the area, and installed the Annapurna Garden Ganesha in the new facility. Our vision is to one day leave the planting of the soil and grow completely in this new system--in the future. For now we must run tests, collect data and actually grow veggies to determine what our highest yield crops will be and what is most logical, practical and edible. Enjoy the slideshow detailing the installation puja and first seed planting.


2 Responses to “Ganesha’s Greenhouse”

  1. vinaya alahan says:

    Aum
    I look forward to watching this hydroponic garden grow. As a long-time organic gardener, I have been skeptical of growing plants without soil and when I first read about hydroponics, the emphasis on chemicals in the water seemed awfully close to the simplistic approach of Big Ag. (I’m not a fan.) However, if this method is being embraced by the monks and overseen by Ganesha, I am compelled to reconsider. Thank you for stimulating my growth in the world as well as in spirit. Many, many thanks!
    Aum Namah Sivaya!

  2. Rajendra Giri says:

    Thanks,
    Aum Namah Shivay!

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