Niche Agriculture Limited harvesting the reaps of Horticulture



Horticulture is the science and art of the development, sustainable production, marketing, and utilization of high-value, exclusively developed food, and exquisite and ornamental plants. Indian horticulture sector contributes around 33% to the agriculture Gross Value Added (GVA) making an exceptionally noteworthy contribution to the Indian economy. Apart from ensuring the dietary security of the country, it gives substitute provincial employment opportunities, broadening in farm activities, and improved income to ranchers.  India has risen as a world pioneer in the generation of a variety of natural products like mango, banana, guava, papaya, sapota, pomegranate, Lime & aonla and is the second-biggest producer of natural products and vegetables.

Production and retailing of horticultural crops are undergoing continual change internationally. Horticulture Science responds to many challenges and ensures to meet the growing demands of consumers for safe and healthy foods, increased urbanization of societies, and making changes in the availability of labour and gain more efficient methods of crop production. The sustainability concepts of horticulture crops relate both to the uses of resources like water and minerals and usage of compounds like pesticides which will not compromise the quality of the environment and caters to future needs.

With a view that horticulture promotes a better economic choice to the smallholder farmers and is a vital ingredient for nutritional security and poverty alleviation, which brings Niche Agriculture Limited to develop integrated and modern practices to grow horticulture crops.

Niche Agriculture Limited is the leading and largest producer of exclusive organic pomegranate which is rich in essential nutrients including fibre, protein, vitamin C, vitamin K, potassium. Niche Pomegranates have anti-inflammatory effects and their seed provides remedy to distinctive dangerous infections like obesity, diabetes, heart infection and cancer.

Niche Agriculture Limited started farming with the usage of advanced technologies, of one of the most important delicious fruit crops grown in tropical parts of the world, Papaya. Niche grows papaya that is rich in fibre, Vitamin C, and antioxidants that help in lowering the cholesterol level in your arteries. The single niche papaya can fulfill your more than 200% daily requirement of Vitamin C, boosting your immune system. Besides, this, Niche papaya is packed with considerable amounts of dietary fibres that help in weight loss.

Chiku, also known as Sapota, is a tropical fruit eaten as a dessert propagated by Niche Agriculture with the help of its seeds using grafting methods. “From Boosting Energy to Bone Health”, Niche produces Chiku of anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory qualities that helps in reviving problems like constipation and diarrhea. Niche Chiku is rich in Vitamin A that is beneficial for the eyes and also aids in keeping the nerves of the mind calm which keeps insomnia, anxiety, and stress away.

Niche Agriculture Limited grows the most important fruit, Grapes, which is used for making wines and preparation of resins. Niche grapes are a fresh and fairly source of calcium, phosphorous, iron, and other essential vitamins and minerals. Niche propagates grapevine by hard-wood cuttings through layering and grafting.

The future for horticulture and its underpinning sciences within such an environment is exhilarating, challenging, engrossing, and assuredly gratifying and enriching. Therefore, Niche Agriculture Limited believes better incomes, urbanization, and higher consumption of fruits seem to be driving on demand which will promote the usage of renewable resources and will yield higher returns from the land. Hence, Niche’s vision is to make strides with the adoption of horticulture practices that will produce high- nutritional value fruits which is helpful for society to live a healthy sound, and robust lifestyle.

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