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Story Source: The Better India by Nomadic Lion
Drought-prone villages of Karnataka are now self-sufficient in their seed needs and selling the excess seeds back while producing high yields.
In 2012 one brave farmer decided to plant a field of tradit…
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Human Service Foundation and Media Exhibitors are jointly organising the 5-day 12th edition of international level agricultural exhibition “Krushithon-2017” to be held in Nashik from November 23 to 27, 2017. The ‘Krushithon’ is being organised with…
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Name : Genabhai Dargaji Patel
Village : Aagathana (Sarkari Golicha)
Block : Lakhani
District : Banaskatha
State : Gujarat Age: 53 years
Education : 12th Std. Arm: 5 Ha.
Contact No: 9925557177

Total 5500 trees of Pomegranate.

Panchamrut (cow urine…
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“We took a chance and tried something different,” explains Rajan, a farmer from the small tribal village of Sadivayal in Tamil Nadu. “The result was selling a new crop for double the price of anything we had grown before. Not only that, but the…

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With so much migration happening from villages to cities who is actually practicing agriculture? City Railway stations are filled with people arriving from villages, both young and old in search of better employment and a better life for their families. For landlords and rich city land owners it is becoming difficult to find farm labor. People who stay back in villages either get into the vicious circle of bad habits or fall prey to drought only to end their lives miserably. 

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How to Make Cow Dung Fertilizer

Currently, the most common and valuable processing method is to turn cow dung/manure into sellable organic fertilizer. Cow dung is a derived product from wastes produced by cattle, providing high levels of organic materials and rich in nutrients, including about nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium as well as many other essential nutrients. According to the data, daily cow dung contain 12.9% DM and excreting a total of 0.15kg N, 0.04kg P and 0.08kg K. Moreover, cow manure also contains high…

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MoonCalTT Moon Gardening Calendar

MoonCalTT's Moon Gardening Calendar, it is a comprehensive hand book in the form of a monthly calendar which easily guides new and experienced gardeners by detailing the ideal times to perform all gardening related tasks. The times are derived from the position of the moon relative to a specific location. Thus far our Calendars cover Trinidad and Tobago,  Punjab (India), Texas (USA), Ontario (Canada) and the United Kingdom. What territory would you like to see a Calendar for? Feel free to like…

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8th Africa Sugar 2018

8th Africa Sugar Outlook dates announced
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Dear Members,

The global sugar industry juggernaut chugs along, successfully navigating itself through the myriad of market variables. Africa is no different. The EU quota, the so called “war on sugar,” ongoing regional trade twists, production, pricing, investment, all forces are at play, and being deftly managed.

The region’s top Sugar conference is back to enable industry in more ways that one. After successive years of demonstrating value, the 2018 programme will once again have a fresh look that addresses all topical matters. Alongside many networking opportunities, this is an unmissable event for anyone in the sugar industry.

  • Africa’s largest sugar event with regional and global representation
  • 200+ participants representing Millers, Refiners, Traders, Government, and Industry bodies
  • Sugar and health – how consumption trends are changing
  • Pathways to sustainability
  • Global market movements and implications for Africa
  • Spotlight on production efficiencies, trade agreements and regional trade
  • Country profiles and trade / investment opportunities
  • Diversification trends and what applies to the African region
  • Sugar production technology developments and outlook
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Wheat Grass - grown from the cotyledons of the common wheat plant, Triticum aestivum is one of the most alkaline green leafy vegetables known and is part of the cereal grass family, which includes barley grass, oat grass and rye grass. Wheat grass is a potent, convenient and affordable way to get your daily quota of 5 to 9 servings of fruits and vegetables. Each serving Wheat Grass is packed full of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids, phytonutrients and carotenoids to promote and sustain…

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Hi – Tech Farm Management !!

Image Source: Agriculture in India is a 370 billion dollar sector – but there is little application of technology to improve productivity. Some 2 billion dollars of fruit/vegetables are wasted because of lack of supply chain management and cold storage facilities – 40% wasted in transit. India has approximately 8000 refer trucks capable of transporting fresh produce. Only 4 million tons of fresh produce out of the 104 million tons is…

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