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In Island City like Mumbai's space constraints and costly also , Cultivating a pesticide-free vegetables and fruit may seem like a far-fetched idea. But growing and owning an organic kitchen garden is actually utterly achievable under our special farming technique and our guidness But only you required a lot of patience , guidness and perseverance. Most people would think the terrace is their only option and too only if the housing society is forgiving. Try this for an idea. Use your windowsill to grow some vegetables and is very cost-effective and low-maintenance. 

1. Recycle and Reuse
2. Always mulch your soil

At the outset, you don't need to invest in fancy or earthen pots. You can even make use of plastic bottles, buckets and bathtubs to grow vegetables. Take a medium sized bathtub; fill it with soil and home compost to grow cabbages, cauliflowers, capsicums, radish and onions.The most important step in kitchen gardening is to make nutrient-rich soil which has abundant and diverse microbial life that support healthy plant growth. It is simple to prepare and the results are extremely effective.

Keep it covered with a layer of dry crushed leaves or sugarcane baggase. If the waste becomes too wet, add newspaper, dry leaves and soil to cover it. This helps in reducing loss of water due to evaporation. It insulates microbes and organisms in the soil from direct heat and also provides food for them.

3. Dose of Nutrient Water
4. Start growing your organic garden

Add a dose of Nutrient ( Microbes ) every 2 weeks after you have sown the seed. This is essentially a liquid solution comprising cow urine, fresh cow dung , organic black jaggery and water. Also add a fistful of wood ash every three months to your soil as compost

One can source the seeds from us . Always go for open pollinated seeds, not hybrid. You can start by growing basic vegetables like basil (tulsi), mint leaves (pudina), kadi pata, chillies, lemon grass and different varieties of spinach. Since they don't require too much sunlight the plant can be kept in a living room or placed near the window, Once you are well-versed with simple plants, graduate to growing cabbage, cauliflower, onions , tomatoes etc.