IN LADAKH MORE HOTELS ,HOMES http://www.himalayan-homestays.com/ladakpages/default.html CAN BE BUILT BASED ON SOLAR ENERGY AND INDIAN GOVERNMENT SHOULD MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR GROWING MORE PLANTS AND VEGETABLES IN JUTE BAGS . NOW BASED CLIMATE MOUNTAINS IF FARMING BASED ON JUTE BAGS IS DONE IT WILL MAKE MORE PEOPLE TO LIVE THERE .THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD FIND A PLACE WHICH IS NEAR SO THEY CAN MAKE ORGANIC FERTILIZER THERE ARE MANY WAYS ORGANIC FERTILIZER CAN BE MADE ON A LARGE SCALE AND PLANTS CAN BE GROWN IN JUTE BAGS IN THESE MOUNTAINS MORE PEOPLE CAN LIVE THERE .
ONE CAN GROW PLANTS IN JUTE BAGS ONE NEEDS ORGANIC FERTILIZER ON A LARGE SCALE AND THEY HAVE TO TRANSPORT THESE JUTE BAGS WITH SOIL AND ORGANIC FERTILIZER TO GROW PLANTS IN LADAKH . JAPAN GROWS MORE VEGETABLES IN FACTORIES . NOW YOU HAVE LAND WHY CANT THE INDIAN GOVT TRY TO GROW VEGETABLES IN JUTE BAGS IN LADAKH. IT CAN BE A FACTORY LIKE IN JAPAN GROWING VEGETABLES IN JUTE BAGS. THIS CAN BE DONE ON A LARGE SCALE TO GROW MORE VEGETABLES IN LADAKH . THINGS CAN BE MADE POSSIBLE FOR SETTING A RESTAURANT IN LADAKH LIKE IN DELHI WHERE YOU CAN GET MORE VEGETABLES . SO MANY THINGS ARE POSSIBLE . INDIAN GOVT HAS TO CHANGE MANY THINGS.
Hhttps://www.google.co.in/?gfe_rd=cr&ei=q7CaVu7UOqSM8Qec8orQAg#q=japan+grows+food+in+factoriesow to Plant Edibles in Burlap Sacks
A versatile material in the garden, burlap is used to wrap tree and shrub roots, mulch growing beds, protect newly planted seeds.
I’m not sewing a stitch or covering plastic containers. My approach is more organic, free-form and natural looking. Once you view these ideas, you may dream up your own ways to use burlap that suits your lifestyle and surroundings.
Burlap is made from the jute plant. Jute comes from the outer skin of the jute plant grown in places that get lots of rain, parts of India for example. The jute plant only takes 4-5 months to reach maturity so it’s a smart choice for a renewable, sustainable material. It’s second to cotton in terms of production volume of a natural fiber worldwide – like cotton, it can be used in many industries and applications.
To use burlap sacks, place the bags directly on the ground, as a rectangle, horizontal tube or upright with rolled edges. If you have a patio, some kind of barrier between the bag and wood, stone or cement would work well to prevent staining. Vertical gardening is a wonderful concept although gravity is working a bit against us here with soil inside and so keeping the bags from falling over requires some support – you could use wire fencing or do what I do and group bags together so they can support each other. This especially works well when growing potatoes in burlap bags. I have another video that provides you the details and some fun on growing spuds in sacks – when you get a chance, maybe take a look at that one too.
There are several reasons why plants grow well in burlap. Aeration: the weave of the fibers make it easy for air to circulate unlike plastic or clay. The burlap retains moisture but at the same time let’s water flow through much better than many containers. I like burlap because it’s lightweight. I’ve made planting beds out of retaining wall, wood and rocks and as long as my planting areas don’t look junky, I’m fine with the less permanent look. I like to experiment and switch things up every once in a while anyway so this approach fits my personality as well.
I’ve tested a lot of plants out using burlap sacks and here are my favorites:
Strawberries, they love to be mounded and aeration is important. Our strawberries look really healthy when grown in sacks and produce a good crop.
Herbs look so natural in burlap and it makes me feel like I’ve created an herb garden that meshes well with its surroundings. Burlap provides a neutral color that lets the herbs take center stage.
Lettuce works well because the soil depth doesn’t need to be very deep for lettuce, arugula and spinach. I do start the seeds inside or in small containers first, or buy starts and transplant them into areas of the bag by cutting slits spaced apart.
- Swiss Chard
J&K govt to harness 111 GW solar power in Ladakh
“The Ladakh region has a potential of 111 GW of solar power and the governor NN Vohra, has called for urgently removing all existing impediments in effectively harnessing the solar power potential in the State,” a Raj Bhawan spokesman said.
He said that the Governor has directed the Chief Secretary Iabal Khanday to hold an urgent meeting to review, with all the stakeholders, and resolve all existing hurdles
“The State of J&K, with its huge tracts of barren lands in Ladakh, has the potential to produce 111 GW of solar power. Government of India and J&K government have signed an MOU for the development of two mega solar power projects in the Ladakh region of the State (2500 MW in Kargil and 5000 MW in Leh),” he said.
He said that most of the energy generated in these solar parks would be given to the Northern Grid through the presently under construction Leh- Srinagar transmission line.
He said that the state government has already issued solar and hydel power policies for creating an attractive environment for the evacuation, purchase, wheeling and banking of electrical energy generated from Renewable Energy.
He said the state government has devised an incentive package for private power producers including permission to private players to set up solar, hydel, wind and thermal projects of any size in the state,
“The benefits extended would also include, tax holiday for power generation and distribution companies, easy availability of cheap loans, reduction of custom duty for the import of equipments, a favourable debt equity ratio and making competitive bidding mandatory” he said.