Maharashtra farmer Bhausaheb Kanchan has transformed his urban home’s terrace into a beautiful grape vineyard.

An agricultural expedition in Europe gave him the confidence to do this, even without the availability of massive space.

He started by procuring Bangalore Purple, a variety of black grapes, and planted the saplings along the boundary wall.

He used an abundance of cow dung, compost, organic matter, and cow urine to provide natural nutrition.

The vines grew up to 32 feet tall!

When the vines matured, I got 108 branches. The next year, about a hundred more grew, and today, the vineyard collectively bears 250 kilos of grapes: Bhausaheb