Mukti's farm covers over 160 acres, scattered across six large tracts of land. Each tract is managed to produce the highest yield in a near-drought environment. In the picture above, orchards have been planted utilizing drip irrigation to maximize the scarcity of rainwater.
Modern techniques are being employed leading the way in the region.
Although it doesn't look like much, these composting pits are cropping up across the Mukti campus reusing organic materials to better fertilize crops and fruit trees.
This technique is essential in an area where water is at a premium. Flowers, landscaping, and fruit trees have benefitted from this intervention.
This ancient techinique has been brought to Mukti. Set up in the poly-green house on the Asoka property, this is yeilding a new growth in vegetables.
Nature provides the depressions in the ground where water can be caught and utilized later for irrigation. The landscape around Mukti is ripe for this eco-friendly technique.
Vegetables are a staple of Mukti's diet. Preparing food for 600+ residents and staff demands a constant supply. The vegetable gardens provide this large demand everyday!
Mukti's farm supervisor and workers proudly display a portion of a typical harvest.