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Easing pressure on land resources through natural farming 
posted by sheonarayan on 5/18/2013 11:53:22 AM under General Farming News | Views: 1339
Cruising through the winding roads of the Halsema highway, one is delighted with the scenery of fields on a rolling terrain of temperate vegetables. But for all the picturesque sight, a large portion of the soil here holds a menace to the environment and the health of both farmers and consumers....

Every drop counts - Papaya cultivation 
posted by sheonarayan on 3/5/2013 10:11:33 PM under General Farming News | Views: 2085
An organic farmer from Kolar has used a new technique of farming. Kolar region is a dry and arid area, with depleting groundwater resources.

MNREGS killing entrepreneurial spirit of rural AP, says study 
posted by sheonarayan on 2/14/2013 9:37:06 AM under General Farming News | Views: 1714
The UPA government's pet programme - the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MNREGS) - may have been started with the objective of securing the livelihood of the residents of rural India by providing assured employment for 100 days in a year, but has ended up choking the entrepreneurial spirit in the hinterlands of Andhra Pradesh.

With Rs 3000 investment, Got 27 bags of Basmati yield 
posted by suresh on 2/1/2013 4:15:08 AM under General Farming News | Views: 1905
This Farmer used paddy seeds provided by N G Ranga Agricultural University Hyderabad, he cultivated paddy without using any fertilizers, chemicals.

From zero investment to earnings of Rs. 6 lakh a year 
posted by sheonarayan on 12/19/2012 10:44:22 AM under General Farming News | Views: 1679
Cultivate the sour gooseberry and experience the sweet after-taste that the fruit is famed for. This was the mantra that turned a farmer into a businessman in drought-prone Sidlaghatta taluk in Chickballapur district .Farmer V. Narayanaswamy, who used to be involved in the less-lucrative rearing of silkworms, now earns lakhs of rupees annually from his five-acre dryland in Jangamasigehalli.

This farmer earns Rs. 22 lakh a year from 2.1 acres of land 
posted by SheoNarayan on 12/15/2012 7:31:15 AM under General Farming News | Views: 3175
Innovative drive and constant experimentation with multi-cropping methods have helped H. Sadananda of Tapasihalli in Doddaballapur taluk to reap a rich harvest.

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