A scientist from Kashmir left her doctoral studies in South Korea in the middle of it in order to pursue her passion for starting an agricultural business. Insha Rasool, 30, a native of Budgam district in central Kashmir, did not let her transition from academia to farming go to waste and has successfully turned her business into a prosperous one.Insha and her husband while working as scientists in South Korea had the idea to build an organic farm back in Kashmir when they were on school vacation in the Valley. Insha Rasool, a woman in her mid-30s, was inspired to begin organic farming in Kashmir after seeing a strawberry field in South Korea and also after receiving encouragement from her husband.

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