As you'll recall from earlier posts, while Aditya and Jnanideva were at the aadheenam, they did some extensive work on a nutrient storage shed for our greenhouses. They brought the project most of the way, and after returning home, the monks of the siddhidatta kulam and our current taskforcers helped bring the project to completion. Aum.
The end of the summer and beginning of fall is a incredible time if abundance in tropical fruits, as we have shown you before. Here is more!
It is the fall season, and there more fruit on the property than we can possible it, Rambutan, Longan, Dragon fruit and Durian....
These past few days we've seen the roofing material for the new greenhouse placed over the top of the building. The monks of the Siddhidatta kulam have been working tirelessly to bring this important step into fruition. Aum Namah Sivaya
The Siddhidata Kulam has for years cultivated the best papaya from seed. Here is Yogi Adinatha with a ten-pound papaya! Yes, we weighed it. Ten Pounds!
With some recent clear weather our monks of the Siddhidatta Kulam have been making good progress on the new greenhouse. They've nearly finished putting up the siding on the two larger walls and are seen here fastening the siding down. This greenhouse, unlike our initial one is rated to withstand high winds.
More and more, our new greenhouse is taking shape. With the main metal supports and cross beams in place, smaller pieces that account for the roof and top vent are being added.
As mentioned last week, the construction of the monastery's new greenhouse is currently underway. While there to see the progress, we captured some imagery of the production in the current green houses, which includes many greens, tomatoes, cucumbers and more.
Recently our monks of the Siddhidatta Kulam have been making progress on the creation of the Aadheenam's next large greenhouse. This greenhouse is rated for higher winds and is being constructed and laid out with the wisdom gained from building and operating our initial greenhouse. A few days ago the team worked to install these main support beams on the foundation. Soon the monastery will have the space it needs to produce crops with longer growing times, along with the regular production of many greens and, of course, bright red tomatoes! Jai Ganesha!
Today was Ashram Sadhana day, a day where all the monks come together to clean and tidy up the Aadheenam. A few monks did some fence repair for our cows pasture, and the whole herd came over to say hello.
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