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On a sunny morning, peacocks, march in a procession across a narrow path lined with mulberry trees. Nearby, cows lazily graze, hens cackle, rabbits squeak and hop, swarming bees hum on a hive, ducks waddle. In this idyllic 40-acre farm in Patan Kala, Rajasthan, 90 km from Delhi, some of the animals are for sale. The ducks are not. "The ducks are my natural pest control," says Ayesha Grewal, owner of the Organic Acres farm. In what way? The ducks feed on mosquito pupae. They also feast on snails and other pests, protecting the greens and other vegetables the farm produces - 13 varieties of lettuce, including Boston, Bibb, Lola Rosa and Batavia, white turnips, golden beetroots, Caribbean peppers such as Scotch Bonnet, asparagus, artichokes, fennel, and Okahijiki, a Japanese land seaweed.
In India, such produce is "exotic". Until recently, none of these would have been cultivated here. High street restaurants imported everything - from salad leaves to European vegetables - to dazzle well-heeled customers who paid handsomely for their Arugula and Baby Radish Salad or the Heirloom Tomato (non-hybrid tomato whose seeds are typically passed down generations) Bruschetta. Domestic production of exotic vegetables, however, has been growing at a fast clip over the last three years. Farms catering to exotic greens have mushroomed too - in Manesar, Haryana (near Delhi), Pune, Bangalore, and Mysore. Their clientele are mostly restaurants in five-star hotels. Some of the produce is finding their way into retail shops as well.