With over 30 years of experience  in organic farming, we have extensively studied the effects of carbon content in the soil which lead us to formulate this unique sustainable  model.

“Our technology consumes wood from energy plantations and yields bio-carbon and renewable energy as the end products.”

Consumption Vs Cultivation

We maintain the Cultivation ratio to always beat the Consumption ratio in order to enhance the greenery of our planet.

Engrow Forestry

We always concern about Planting more Trees than we consume

  • Organic farmers subscribe to this collaborative model where the dedicate 25-50% of their land for cultivation fast growing hard wood trees .
  • We provide the saplings of  ideal tree varieties that suit the particular conditions of each farm such as rainfall, soil type, altitude, etc.
  • The trees we choose and provide absorb the highest carbon-di-oxide per hectare per year than any other vegetation in that region.
  • Each year the energy trees are harvested  as  feed stock for our zero-emission continuous carbonization units running in various industrial locations in south India.
  • The excess heat from the process is used for industrial heating as an alternative to fossil fuel powered industrial heaters.
  • The obtained char from the process is further processed into ECO-BBQ-briquettes and enriched BIOCHAR.
  • The enriched biochar is supplied back to the farmers as an organic fertilizer at FREE OF COST.
  • We constantly update our farmers with latest market trends so that they choose the right crop for cultivation.
  • The farmers dedicate 10-25% of their land holdings for growing high value products such as aromatic herbs and medicinal herbs .
  • The harvested food crops are sold at local organic markets by the farmers and high value herbs are   processed and exported by our company in the form of dried leaves, powders and aromatic oils.
  • The potential of scalability is tremendous as 50% of the Indian work force  is employed in the agriculture industry which amounts to around 500 million people.
  • The total farm owners in India are 120 million families of which vast majority are small scale marginal farmers with a land holding of 2-5 hectares per family.
  • With India having the single largest population in the globe  involved in the agriculture sector, any revolutionary change in the system will contribute to their well-being.
  • We are always open for new collaborations to expand this unique sustainable model to enhance the ecology of our planet.

“To bring dead soil to Life ”

Characteristics of living soil:
1. Holds more water.
2. Does not run off.
3. Creates spaces for microorganisms to find shelter.
4. Holds more Carbon.
5. Has the perfect balance of 45% soil aggregate, 5% organic matter, 25% air and 25% water.

Carbon is a non bindable material and hence air flows freely through it causing natural nitrogen fixation by the Diazotrophic organisms living in the top soil.

Carbon is a highly porous material and hence can hold water more than 2 times of its weight .
so the ideal top soil should contain atleast 50% of organic carbon in its first feet of depth(as its found in rain forests) .

Let’s Build Living Soils and keep agriculture alive. After all there is no Planet B.

The world’s dirt holds on to 2.2 trillion tons of carbon.That’s more than the combined amount of carbon in the atmosphere and in vegetation.

The porous structure of top  Soil carbon is the living home for microbes. The microbes perform a vital role in reducing the green house gas effect in the atmosphere by fixing the atmospheric CO2 and Nitrogen  in the soil ,thus enhancing soil fertility .

Their carbon gate keeping is critical, because the element is one of the key components of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2), which is currently at record levels in Earth’s atmosphere.