Farmcult:

India: Transforming lives with clean cultivation

Farmcult is a bootstrapped Agritech startup cultivating exotic vegetables in the biggest indoor vertical hydroponics farm of the region, Chandigarh. This urban farming company is decentralizing the
production and distribution by growing vegetables closer to the consumption area, minimizing the time between ‘Farm to Fork’ and reducing the carbon miles. Farmcult provides its customers fresh vegetables within hours of harvest which are clean, fresh and 100% chemical-free.

Pritpal Singh, Founder of Farmcult and MBA graduate from IMT, Nagpur carries loads of experience in the protected cultivation of vegetables. Understanding the need of the world we are living in today, Farmcult realizes that organic and chemical-free food intake is
the most natural way to keep our immunity strong.

The Agritech startup uses precision farming techniques and the latest technology at its disposal to grow vegetables that are nutritious and free from harmful chemicals. At Farmcult, the vegetables are grown without using soil in a tech-enabled indoor farm. Hydroponics is a technique of growing plants in a stream of nutrient-rich RO water which is circulated in a closed-loop. Since the crops are grown in a protected  environment, it eliminates the use of harmful pesticides and
chemicals.

Farmcult is establishing a strong customer base in the Chandigarh  tricity market and the founder now plans to expand the operations in other metro cities. 

Source: ET Agriculture


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