Tuesday 29 April 2014

Author(s): Richard Mahapatra

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  • Lovely story of a genuine

    Lovely story of a genuine agricultural innovation to address a real and widespread problem... peoples enthusiastic adoption of this method shows it relevance and soundness.
    Reminds me in some ways of the No Pesticide Management approach widespreading real fast in Andhra Pradesh in India thanks to Centre for Sustainable Agriculture and a open active state government... to a few million farmers now !
    This is what agricultural innovation, development and research is about... not a lot of the nonsense that goes in its name..

    Posted by: Anonymous | one year ago | Reply
  • This is the success made

    This is the success made anew. Such system were in vogue in Indian Subcontinent and farmers were more or less happy with their produce as it gave an opportunity to use variety of crops.Aggressive Green Revolution in the name of development and science has the overall fabric of Indian agriculture by bringing in the business of costly hazardous external chemicals and seeds. Meanwhile the farmers have last their traditional knowledge of agriculture, totally depended on agro input dealers.

    Posted by: Anonymous | one year ago | Reply
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