Traditional Farm Practices of rare medicinal and uncommon trees
Different types of Irrigation systems like drip, Sprinkler, Micro Sprinkler, Rain gun, Flood Gun
Poly house & green house for different type of cultivation
Demonstration of Solar Pump running through sun
Windmill demonstration and hybrid systems to generate Power from natural resources like Sun and Wind
Biogas plant to generate cooking gas from the organic waste of the land
Biomass Gasifier to generate power from biowaste available from land
A museum displaying some antiques
A swimming Pool for kids and elders to enjoy
A 25 seater conference room with all amenities for companies to held seminars
Gravity Dam with water falls
Well and Water Ponds
Traditional Farm Implements
Cycle Power for irrigation and Power generation
Biomass Pellet from Farm waste
A wind turbine works in opposite principle of a fan. Instead of using electricity to get wind, a turbine uses wind to generate electricity. The Electricity produced is used for lighting.
Biomass gasification is a thermo-chemical conversion process in which solid biomass reacts with air, producing gas that can be used to generate electricity. Dry Organic waste like leaves, branches, coconut shells are used in gasifier
Bicycle Pedal power is the transfer of energy by cycling to generate Electricity. It can also be used for pumping water from one source to another.
Biogas plant which converts wet organic waste, food waste and cowdung to produce gas which can be used as an alternative for LPG.
A prototype of a small Masonary Dam is constructed for storage of water which is utilized for irrigation purposes.
Solar panels generate free power by converting sunlight to electricity with no moving parts, zero emissions, and no maintenance.
A collection of artifacts and objects of Electronic, Scientific and artistic importance are available for public viewing.
Various types of Irrigation systems shown in practice like drip irrigation, Sprinkler, Micro Sprinkler, Rain gun, Flood Irrigation.
Saw dust, grass, Sugarcane bagasse and other dry waste from the farm is being converted to pellets to replace LPG.