Shameek Chakravarty, how zero budget natural farming is taking off in India

Shameek Chakravarty is the cofounder of Farmizen (, a company based in Bangalore, India, on which everyone can rent mini-plots of farmland close to the city.



Catching up with Shameek of Farmizen, who we interviewed 2 years ago. So much has happened but their mission is still the same: providing high quality, organic produce from zero budget natural farms to people living in the larger Indian cities. 

In this episode where we discuss the zero budget natural farming status in India, the issues and opportunities of organic in India and the appetite of investors for this type of farmers.

Previous interview with Shameek 
25 Shameek Chakravarty, left Amazon to start a real life FarmVille in rural India


Farmizen Neighbourhood Tribes

Zero Budget Natural Farming


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