Magadha Vana promotes intercropping techniques where ones' excess is utilized for another need. Intercropping is a technique that is very useful if one wants to develop a food forest with cash crops. With the intercropping technic, we understand which crop can benefit from which all crops, carefully study the dynamics, and plant them. This technique has conserved us space and expenditure of spending on manure for all individual crops. We also nurture a variety of flora & fauna species that are indigenous to western ghats. Our farm which is spread over 6 acres resides between a village and a nature reserve overlooking the western ghats bringing out a perfect transition from a plantation to forestry. At Magadha Vana, under the canopy of Arecanut, we have planted, cacao, pepper, cloves, nutmeg, coffee, betel leaves, plantain, langsat, Jamaican allspice, and avocado. Arecanut being our primary cash crop also provides ample shade, canopy, and support for many spices and fruit trees which love the shade.