Hyderabad residents are being taught how to grow vegetables on terraces and balconies by the Telangana department of horticulture.
Horticulture involves growing plants for ornamental, dietary, or medical reasons in yards or other outdoor spaces. Those who grow flowers, fruits, nuts, vegetables, herbs, ornamental trees, and lawns are called horticulturists.
On the 26th of this month (26 June), the urban farming classes will take place every month. Nampally criminal court, beside the Telangana horticulture training institute, Red Hills, will host them.
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Rs 100 is the entrance fee for the classes. To get in touch with the horticulture department, please call 9705384384 or 7997725411.
Protect the environment & raise gardens
An umbrella group of Telugu garden enthusiasts from both Telugu states has organized a morning walk at KBR Garden here to bring awareness of the importance of the environment and health on the eve of World Environment Day. Early Sunday morning Last week, around 500 garden enthusiasts walked with CTG batches and placards containing environmental messages. At least four kilometers of the internal area were covered during the walk, which began at 6 am.
Children and adults of all ages walked in the line with a message to keep the environment clean from the pollution of all kinds. The following messages were given to urge people to protect the ambient environment for their better future: ‘Without nature, we have no future’ and ‘Don’t destroy the greenery and don’t ruin the scenery.
A variety of saplings and seed packets were distributed among the participants in order to aid them in raising gardens. A number of dignitaries, including Secretary and commissioner of agriculture Raghunandan Rao, participated in the walk to encourage the garden enthusiasts. Additionally, Horticulture Society leaders Narsimha Das and Dr. AV Rao of the Horticulture Society participated in the walk, along with Commissioner Horticulture L Venkatram Reddy.
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