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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

He built a three-storey house and farm, he earns 70 lakhs by farming, what did you learn by studying?

He built a three-storey house and farm, he earns 70 lakhs by farming, what did you learn by studying?

Be it a job or a business, if it is according to one’s interest and aptitude, one not only progresses but also sets new precedents. A similar story is that of Ramveer Singh, a resident of Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, who listened to his heart and quit his high-paying private company job and started doing work that satisfied his soul. Ramveer Singh has now done the unthinkable. He converted the three-storied house into a farm and now earns big every year. Ramveer Singh, who lives on Pilibhit Road in Bareilly, has a lot of love for nature and greenery, but he was doing a private job to earn a living.

But five years ago he saw something that made him quit his job and decide to start farming at home. Ramveer Singh has converted the terrace and balcony of his three-storey house into a farm and is earning 70 lakhs a year from home-grown vegetables and his advanced farming knowledge. More than 10 thousand plants have been planted in Ramveer Singh’s house. People come from far and wide to see home-grown strawberries, cauliflower, okra, capsicum and other vegetables. Organic vegetables and other food items are in high demand these days.

In such a situation, Ramveer Singh is earning big because of the high demand for the organic vegetables he is growing without chemicals and fertilizers and pesticides. Ramveer Singh is growing all vegetables including cabbage, tomato, capsicum, tomato without soil and chemical fertilizers in his house. They are doing hydroponic farming (farming with water without soil). In which 90 percent less water is used. The idea of ​​hydroponic farming came to Ramveer Singh when he went to Dubai where he saw and was impressed by this method of farming and then came to India and searched on the internet and in Mumbai.

Went to Kolkata for training. Three years ago, he started hydroponic

After that Ramveer went on a campaign to do organic farming. Ramveer’s full focus is on farming and he does freelance work as a journalist, according to a Navgujarat Times report. He sells wheat flour at Rs 60 per kg, rice at Rs 130 per kg and jaggery powder at Rs 150 per kg. It also provides free training to small farmers.

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This man from UP, India 🇮🇳 earns 70 lakhs growing vegetables in a 3 storey house without soil or chemicals.

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