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The Academy of Motion PicturesArts and Sciences have honored it twice Other than SeamEduSide Effects Company is also looking at partnering with other educational institutes with a wider geographical reach in the country For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shiny Varghese | New Delhi | Published: June 28 2015 1:00 am Be it 300sq ft or 10 space isn’t a constraint to make your home green All you need is love Top News Be it 300sq ft or 10 space isn’t a constraint to make your home green All you need is love Yes beetles too And good soil light and controlled water works In Bangalore Delhi and Pune home-owners architects and green evangelists share ideas on turning rooftops and balcony gardens into islands of green Black Gold in Your Dustbin Where there’s a home there’s bound to be waste In every urban home it can be divided into four categories: organic such as kitchen and garden waste; recyclable or dry such as plastic paper metal and glass; electronic and sanitary waste and unrecyclable ones such as old commodes or crockery Organic waste can be used to make compost which is excellent manure for your plants since it’s a combination of multiple nutrients Daily Dump a Bangalore-based organisation that promotes composting makes terracotta-perforated containers called khambas which come with a remix powder to reduce bad odour Poonam Kasturi founder says composting can be done in a pit in your garden if you have space and earthworms “Waste such as fruit and vegetable peels cooked food flowers coffee decoction tea leaves tea bags tamarind pulp and egg shells make for a good compost pile But it begins with finding a right spot segregating well using the product daily and involving family You can add some microbes and other natural substances to speed it up The ready compost is black and smells like fresh earth But make sure that excess water does not get in which can lead to a smelly rancid mess So cover properly In about 45-60 days you should have your compost ready” she says – Pooja Khati Hanging Gardens Owners Manjiri Mahajan and Sameer Duraphe of SAMA Landscape Architects have their office on the fifth floor in Baner Pune a growing development hub of residential and corporate buildings with little green cover Their 300 sq ft balcony space was almost doubled by installing an 8-ft green pergola (an arched structure covered with climbing or trailing plants) “We wanted to create a room with vines hanging down and with grass under our feet” says Mahajan The 14-ft high balcony is visually divided by the pergola A pinewood deck below the pergola becomes a dining area or a work station when required Modular trays on the balcony floor can be removed or rearranged according to need These hold grass gravel and stepping stones which layer the landscaped patch The architects ensured that the drain points were channelised and waterproofing done Planting in these trays is done on hydrophilic foam a soil substitute which is water insoluble and lighter than soil Drip line irrigation is used in this garden island which softens the edges in this arid neighbourhood Primary Colours My Sunny Balcony (MSB) is a team of young enthusiasts in Bangalore who customise home gardens in the city In a rather uninspired backyard MSB arrived to transform the garden They began with painting the wall blue When they left this house was transformed into a Zen space with bamboo trellises and a water body With limited space on the ground they hung terracotta pots on the wall allowing perennials to blossom They planted ferns monsteras and caladiums all hardy plants creating an easy-maintenance garden with minimal landscaping interventions Balcony View “Don’t go for the exotic” warns Komal Malhotra This Gulmohar Park resident has been winning the best balcony award for numerous years in Delhi and she surely knows her onions Start with easy plants such as ladies finger brinjal tomato and palm Her P-shaped balcony hosts flowers fruits herbs and vegetables grouped and gathered for effective cross-pollination A maker of terrariums (mini-indoor gardens in glass containers) and tray gardens she has created micro-ecosystems which bring in birds bees and butterflies While she grows her salad greens in hanging baskets in the winters in the summers she shields her herbs behind chiks A tray garden doubles up as a bird bath for thirsty avians Her favourite is the paan creeper “which I eat daily” she says Can’t fault her Not only has it survived winter and summer but its sharp taste hits the right notes On Top of Things Kapil Mandawewala started Sajeev Fresh in 2010 to grow healthy nutritious food in cities Currently managing his business in Delhi he’s been busy creating rooftop gardens He has some pointers for the amateur gardener: Soil: Invest in good potting soil Over time in confined pots and containers soil loses its softness To make it fluffy you will need to add vermiculite (mountain mineral) coco peat or vermicompost Watering: Twice daily during summers and once during winters Mulching: Littered leaves are the best resource for the soil It not only retains moisture but also provides nutrients for the plants Ensure that leaves cover the soil fully This can be done all through the year Seeds and planting: It’s best to opt for open pollinated seeds rather than a hybrid variety Rotate your crop and don’t repeat them to break the pest cycle if any If you have grown legumes this season in a planter next season grow brinjal or tomato Opt for companion plants They help replenish the soil and help each other grow Some examples are tomato and basil; corn bean and squash; okra and black-eyed beans (lobia) and okra and chaulia Pest control and fertilisers: Since vegetables are usually grown in pots plants would need both liquid and solid fertilisers Kitchen compost is not only the best option but also helps close the circle Neem and cow dung are excellent crop protectors And as you do in life pull out the weeds while they are still tiny and manageable to avoid complications later Sunken Pleasures Architects Cyrus Patell and Eliza Higgins of Collective Project transformed a 750 sq ft unused extension of a house into a densely planted garden On Sadashivnagar Road Bangalore the space is a secluded retreat with a tiny library that doubles as a performance area for family get-togethers The architects excavated the ground to make a sunken path using local black granite A semi-enclosed pod made from strips of locally reclaimed wood is the nucleus of this landscaped garden Depending on the occasion it becomes a reading area a lounge and a covered stage The story appeared in print with the headlineIt’s Easy Being Green For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: February 16 2009 1:26 pm Related News Penning a poem is about observing the world within you or around youit’s said But researchers have now claimed that writing poetry is also good for health A new study has found that writing poemsno matter how bad they arehelps brain cope with emotional turmoil and reduces feelings of anxietyfear and sadness the less vivid and descriptive the piecethe better Andaccording to the researchersexpressing oneself in print is “a sort of unintentional emotion regulation” as it inhibits parts of the brain linked to emotional turmoiland increases activity in the region to do with self-control “It seems to regulate our distress I don’t think that people sit down in order to regulate their emotions but there is a benefit “I think it could play a role in why many people write diaries or write bad lyrics to songs the kind that should never be played on the radio” said lead researcher Dr Matthew Lieberman of California University In their studythe researchers proved the therapeutic power of writing by scanning the brains of 30 people as they described distressing pictures They found that the act tended to reduce activity in the amygalaa part of the brain connected with emotion and fear and increased activity in the pre-frontal cortexthe mind’s regulator This suggests that the mere action of writing about an emotion or fear is a way of calming down the brain as well as re-establishing mental balanceBritish newspaper ‘The Daily Telegraph’ reported “If you ask people then they don’t think it serves an emotion regulation but when you look at the brain that looks like what is going on The more frontal activity we seethe less amydala response There seems to be a see-saw affect “We do think that it has clinical applications People expressing negative emotional responses in words while being exposed gave them greater attenuation of fear” Dr Lieberman said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News With the collection, High Definition video streaming, Security Quality Control Programme and Bomb Threat Contingency Plan. 2000.” said Djurberg who said he would probably raise his Nokia estimates. and I love it that it has an industrial deal and aspect to it. 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