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Why Summer House Fruits

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Our Farm & Our Farming

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Taste the goodness of nature

Summerhouse A250-300 gms


12 mangoes

Summerhouse A1200-250 gms


15 mangoes

Gifting Mangoes

Corporate Gifting

Crowd pleaser

Express your admiration and affection. Send your employees, customers, associates, friends and loved ones a fresh and juicy box of the finest organically grown Alphonso mangoes.

If it’s a corporate gift you could call us on 9890460085 to know more.

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Why Summer House Fruits

  • 100% Organically Grown
  • Fruits grown in their respective regions – Alphonso from Ratnagiri, Strawberry from Mahabaleshwar, Custard Apple from Pune and Jalgaon District
  • Good sized fruit
  • Contamination free and fresh produce
  • Zero use of pesticides
  • No adulteration
  • Stringent quality checks during plucking, transportation and packing

Our Farming Process

Co-existence with nature

When we decided to take farming as our business, we used to wonder, how our ancestors have done farming without use of any fertilizers and chemicals. The use of fertilizers, insecticide and pesticide increased during the era of green revolution – 1970. So we started to use traditional techniques – wow – we started succeeding in it.

We’ve all heard the old adage, ‘What you sow is what you reap’. And as such we put in a lot of thought into our farming practices. Our farms and the space around form a natural habitat for the local flora and fauna. They play a pivotal role in maintaining ecological balance. And we are proud of the choices we make to conserve and nurture this beautiful ecosystem.

We like to be open about our farming practices. We believe you have a right to know all that goes into harvesting premium organic produce at Summerhouse.


We use plenty of green manure and cow dung for fertilizing the soil

We cultivate a favourable micro climate for promoting microbial life

We use sustainable techniques to replenish lost minerals and nutrients


We retain and hold farm water to prevent escape of valuable nutrients and minerals from the soil

We create water harvesting structures to reduce our dependency on groundwater and supplied water

We save lots of water through farm watering techniques like trickling


We practice multi-culture farming. Along with the planting of local species we plant multi-harvestable species. E.g. mango with Kokum

We plant co-existing species for improved soil fertility

We do extensive research on improving plant health

We set a replicable process of farming by conducting measurable trials, documenting them, creating annual schedule and implementing it across our farms


We do not use insecticides and poisons in our farms

We use natural predators to deal with pests

We plant flowering trees to nurture butterflies, bees and other beneficial insects

We care for birds by arranging for their food and water and creating nesting zones

We manage supplementary tree species for annual flowering schedule


We invest in employee education through university trainings, agency certifications and input supplier farm visits

We promote behavioural changes by identifying and creating awareness around good and bad farm practices

We regularly conduct on-farm trials

We encourage curiosity and drive our people to observe, record and question what they see


We organize training and discussion sessions on various farming topics

We share our best farm practices with local farmers

We invite farmers to visit our model farms