Hosachiguru Managed Farmlands:
Innovation Meets Nature's Wisdom.

Our approach creates sustainable and productive food forests that are curated specially for you, guided by permaculture ethics. By mimicking nature's patterns and nurturing biodiversity, we restore ecosystems and make them self-sustaining for you and your loved ones. Join us in cultivating a future where land thrives, communities flourish, and harmony between humanity and the environment prevails.

Regenerative Farming

At the heart of our company’s mission lies the vital significance of regenerative farming and permaculture ethics. These principles are our guiding lights, illuminating a path towards sustainable agro and food forests. Regenerative farming rejuvenates the land, healing it from past agricultural practices and nurturing its inherent vitality. 

Permaculture ethics infuse intention and purpose into every action we take, ensuring that our efforts not only yield abundance but also honor the delicate balance between humanity and the environment. 

Through the harmonious marriage of regenerative practices and permaculture ethics, we fulfill our commitment to leaving the earth healthier and more resilient for future generations.

HC Mission ∞ Permaculture Ethics

Hosachiguru prides in managing our farms passionately by creating flourishing ecosystems with simple scientific techniques. Our practices are rooted in three core permaculture ethics that steer our course: Earth Care, People Care, and Fair Share.

Holistic Solutions

By employing regenerative farming and permaculture, Hosachiguru managed farmlands are enabled to offer holistic solutions to multiple environmental challenges which include:

12 Principles of Permaculture Design: Diligently followed at Hosachiguru Farms

Growing Food Forests

  • Site Assessment and Planning: Evaluate soil, climate, and zones for planting.
  • Plant Selection: Choose diverse, adapted species for food and ecology.
  • Guild Design: Create plant groups that support each other’s growth.
  • Companion Planting: Place species with mutual benefits together.
  • Soil Prep and Planting: Prepare soil, and plant according to growth patterns.
  • Mulching and Watering: Apply mulch, and water adequately.
  • Succession and Stewardship: Plant for ongoing harvest, and monitor health.
  • Harvesting and Use: Collect and use crops sustainably.
  • Learning and Adaptation: Adjust based on ecosystem responses.