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  • Greenery in urban areas

    1. 1. GREENERY IN URBAN AREAS
    2. 2. FOOD FIRST – LAWNS NEXT At least 20% of greenery should address food security…
    3. 3. POLY / GREEN HOUSES WALKWAYS, PARKS & TRAFFIC ISLANDS
    4. 4. Consider.. Multi-culture and biodiversity Native species Multi-purpose plants Farming systems for demonstration and dissemination Adopt appropriate technology Monitoring for management
    5. 5. DROUGHT TOLERANT GARDENS for WATER CONSERVATION AND EFFICIENCY LOW WATER REQUIREMENT , PERENIAL GREENARY , AESTHETICS , ADAPTATION , SOLAR RADIATION , MAINTENANCE FREE LOW WATER REQUIREMENT PERENIAL GREENARY AESTHETICS ADAPTATION SOLAR RADIATION MAINTENANCE FREE
    6. 6. Why Drought Tolerant Plants Drought tolerant plants are not limited to cacti and succulents. There are thousands of species of beautiful flowers, shrubs, vines and ground covers that are “un” thirsty and could save more than 50% of the water used in a more traditional landscape.
    7. 7. Why Drought Tolerant Plants Drought tolerant gardening also involves sensible management like installation of drip irrigation systems, timers, water sensors, and above all, MULCH! Mulching and composting beds will improve soil quality, reduce evaporation and encourage better water absorption. Native plants, those plants which naturally grow in our climate, need only about half as much water as most exotic species. They also provide habitat for our native birds and butterflies.
    8. 8. FLOATIGATION – FLOATING GARDENS
    9. 9. FLOATIGATION
    10. 10. BIOCHAR COMPOST BIN EFFICIENT, CONVENIENT AND LOW-COST CONVERSION OF DOMESTIC BIOWASTE INTO COMPOST USING BIOCHAR Ver. 1 Dr. N. SAI BHASKAR REDDY saibhaskarnakka@gmail.com
    11. 11. BIOCHAR COMPOSTING BIN (CYLINDRICAL) WITH PLANTS (AEROBIC) Dr. N. Sai Bhaskar Reddy
    12. 12. BIOCHAR COMPOSTING BIN WITH PLANTS (AEROBIC) BIOCHAR LEACHETS COMPOST BIN WITH HOLES COMPOST BIN = FOOD WASTE (1 PART) + SAW DUST / DRY LEAVES (2 PARTS) + BIOCHAR POWDER (1 PART) COMPOST COVER HAND WASH Dr. N. Sai Bhaskar Reddy COMPOST REMOVAL OPENING FOR LARGE SIZE BIN
    13. 13. BIOCHAR COMPOSTING BIN (CONICAL) WITH PLANTS (AEROBIC) COMPOST REMOVAL OPENING FOR LARGE SIZE BIN Dr. N. Sai Bhaskar Reddy
    14. 14. BIOCHAR COMPOSTING BIN (CONICAL) WITH PLANTS (AEROBIC) COMPOST REMOVAL OPENING FOR LARGE SIZE BIN LEACHETS COMPOST BIN = FOOD WASTE (1 PART) + SAW DUST / DRY LEAVES (2 PARTS) + BIOCHAR POWDER (1 PART) BIOCHAR COMPOST BIN WITH HOLES COMPOST COVER HAND WASH Dr. N. Sai Bhaskar Reddy
    15. 15. BIOCHAR COMPOST BIN USES CONVERTING BIOWASTE INTO COMPOST BIOCHAR COMPOSTING 2 / 3 WEEKS TO CONVERT BIOMASS INTO COMPOST AEROBIC COMPOSTING – NO SMELL MANAGEMENT OF WASTE IN URBAN AREAS VALUE ADDITION TO WASTE COLLECTION OF LEACHATE BATCH LOADING OF COMPOST MATERIAL AND REMOVAL FACILITY ADOPTABLE IN URBAN AREAS WITH LESS SPACE HAND WASH FACILITY GROWING PLANTS IN THE COMPOST OTHER BENEFITS Dr. N. Sai Bhaskar Reddy
    16. 16. Thank URBAN ROOFTOP GARDENS

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