NaturesGreen - Redefining Agri Living

Why invest in Managed farmland?

Investments in farmlands create a wealth of long-term opportunities, as historically, farmlands are low-volatile in nature and give strong returns in the long term. In the investment portfolio, a land parcel is regarded as a hard asset that typically maintains and appreciates its value. Farmland is low-risk in nature and can support diversifying your holdings and balancing your riskier investments elsewhere. To the legal heirs, land can also be transferred as a vehicle of wealth, through a revocable living trust.

Yes. In the Karnataka Land Reforms Ordinance, 2020, an amendment was got to remove sections 79 A and B of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961, thereby allowing any citizen of India who is a resident of India to own agricultural land in Karnataka. However, an individual cannot own agricultural land above a certain limit.

The guideline value is the lowest rate at which stamp duty and registration fees would have to be paid to get the land registered. Stamp Duty and registration fees are liable to be paid on the guideline value of sale value, whichever is higher. It is fixed by the government. Generally, the guideline value is lower than the market value and differs from place to place.

A team of experienced and well-trained agronomists, permaculture experts, and logistics and operation teams ensure that the farmlands are managed with flair and everything is taken care of meticulously and sustainably. The maintenance charges are levied in two portions • Common Area Maintenance – Upkeep of all common areas like path access maintenance, farm security, irrigation systems, Rainwater harvesting, Motors / Pumps, Common Lighting, and Common areas such as the Farm center, and the resting areas. • Farm Plot Maintenance – Each Farm Plot requires Compost application, Pruning, Spraying, and fertigation of Organic Concoctions, Mulching, and Crop planning. All this is a part of the Farm Plot maintenance. A customer can choose to manage his plot as well. The farm center will provide the necessary tools and training required for the Co Farmer. We would recommend the Co farmer take this approach after 5 years of planting when the passive systems of irrigation and soil nurturing are active and ensure minimal care is required. This is a great way to indulge in farming and to keep yourself healthy. The type of approach through syntropic farming and the passive systems created on your farm plot will ensure minimal maintenance and if one can dedicate just about 4 hours every week, they can maintain the farm easily.

Yes, it is a freehold property, where boundaries are marked on all four sides for clear identification, each plot is geo-tagged, satellite map, stone marked, and registered in the name of the customer.

All the farms and eco-retreat areas are well equipped with apt security systems. • The infrastructure and the farms are designed in such a way that in case of flood or fire the farm and the plantation will be protected with the help of swales, trenches, and barricades. • Experts have designed the project after an in-depth analysis and calculation of the water table. The water footprint has been chalked out and in case of drought, there will be enough water to sustain the life of the farm for at least 5 to 10 years. • To avoid sudden pest attacks the plantation is checked in regular intervals and takes necessary steps to regulate the PH value of the soil.