Indian startup Kheyti has won an award in Israel for developing a modular greenhouse. The startup which won a cash prize of over ₹27 lakh USD 42,000 in Israel for developing an affordable modular greenhouse that aims to give farmers a steady and dependable income. Kheyti, the hyderabad based startup, had to go through a rigorous three-month process before it was chosen as the winner amongst ten finalists in the MassChallenge Israel contest, which saw participation from over 500 companies. The startup with a team of young entrepreneurs provides technology solutions for small farmers. It has developed a greenhouse-in-a-box, an affordable, modular greenhouse bundled with full stack services that, as per claims, uses 90 per cent less water, grows seven times more food. The top ten finalists also included another Indian start-up Sukriti which developed a smart toilet cabin employing hygiene maintenance systems to enhance user experience in sanitation.