‘Vengeri Brinjal’ For Enquiryclick here
An indigenous variety of brinjal popularized by Niravu Vengeri, has received a certificate of merit from Kerala Agriculture University (KAU) for being relatively tasty, of high yield and above all suitable for backyard vegetable garden. According to the study conducted by Dr. P Indira, Professor of Horticulture, Olericulture Department of KAU during 2013, this variety, now known as ‘ Vengeri brinjal’ has an average length of 44 cm and12.5 cm thickness. The brinjal plant, which is taller than other varieties, gave a yield of 1.75 kg on an average during the experiment. The variety with a deep violet colour showed better resistance to pest attack during the experiment and was of relatively better taste. Saplings of ‘Vengeri brinjal,’ an indigenous variety of brinjal popularised by the residential forum ‘Niravu Vengeri,’ will soon be available commercially with the Centre for Environment and Development, an autonomous research and development body under the Ministry of Environment and Forests, deciding to t issue culture and make it widely available to the public.
LED lamps For Enquiry click here
It all began as part of an energy conservation project, ‘Oorjasree'. Oorjasree was meant to significantly bring down the power consumption of the member-households through a set of deliberate and pre-planned activities, including intensive awareness programmes and replacement of incandescent Lamp and CFL Lamp with LED Lamp.Niravu LED bulbs are available at ‘ V Sons Electronic Innovations’, 1 st floor, Deira Bazar, Mariyamman Kovil road, Palayam, Kozhikode. Ph: 9895505451. They are our distributor and authorised service centre. For further clarification, please send us your request by mail. .
Seed Bank For Enquiry click here
The seed, for the farmer, is not merely the source of future plants / food; it is the storage place of culture, of history. Seed is the first link in the food chain. Seed is the ultimate symbol of food security. A test conducted by the Pesticide Residue Laboratory of the Kerala Agricultural University on eight types of vegetables procured from the Niravu- Vengeri, the collective forum of 101 households confirmed that the vegetables are pesticide free. The laboratory test was conducted jointly by the Kerala Agriculture University and Agriculture department under its plan scheme for production and marketing of safe to eat (pesticide free) vegetables for sale through government outlets. Niravu ‘Vengeri brinjal’ seeds are available through registered postal service or you can collect the seeds from our outlet at Kozhikode (1 st floor, Deira Bazar, Mariyamman Kovil road, Palayam, Kozhikode Phn. 9447 276177. For further clarification, please click here.