“You know your doctor, lawyer, and specially your barber on a personal level. I think it's about time you knew your farmer on a personal level,” says Achintya Anand. All of 24, but with a take on nine-to-five drudgery that swerves far from the traditional. Krishi Cress is his farming venture—a fertile patch in the capital’s southern extremity where a couple farmhands sow the city’s best produce under Anand’s guidance. Kale, mizuna and a whole greenhouse decked out in microgreens (his speciality) sit pretty in one of the several lush pockets dotting Delhi’s Chhatarpur—where sunbeams filter through and nighttime dew settles on fresh yield like nothing you’d imagine in a teeming metropolis.