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    Default Success Story of Farmers

    Hello frendz

    Most of us are employess working on different streams in differnt companys ranging from small to MNCs getting pays from 5k to 500k per month;

    In fact we are all here because of one common interest,nothing but agriculture;

    Most of us are fresh and confused about starting, expecting neither money nor physical support; But expecting high motivation & moral boost up from others;

    It would be highly helpful to all memebers if any body can post " Success Stories of the farmers" they have come across/learnt from others;

    I hereby request even moderators of this site to Publish "High Motovational Stories of the farmers of India", which influences the minds of lot of young professional farmers;
    I would like see India by 2020 having More number Professional farmers than the no. of Traditional farmer as on Today.


    Thanks & Regards
    MV SubbaReddy
    Upcoming Professional Farmer

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    Twenty years back no body believed India would be a super power in IT, Let me say it loud here "20 years from now, India will be the super market to the world"

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    Default Modern and Scientific Agriculture is future of India

    I fully agree with Atul. People will hardly believe today but it is a fact that India will be in leadership position 20 years' hereinafter. Reasons are not far many to seek - educated, scientific temperament and young generation, second largest populous country in the world and its' needs, etc.etc.

    Rajesh Agrawal

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvsriocl View Post
    Hello frendz

    Most of us are employess working on different streams in differnt companys ranging from small to MNCs getting pays from 5k to 500k per month;

    In fact we are all here because of one common interest,nothing but agriculture;

    Most of us are fresh and confused about starting, expecting neither money nor physical support; But expecting high motivation & moral boost up from others;

    It would be highly helpful to all memebers if any body can post " Success Stories of the farmers" they have come across/learnt from others;

    I hereby request even moderators of this site to Publish "High Motovational Stories of the farmers of India", which influences the minds of lot of young professional farmers;
    I would like see India by 2020 having More number Professional farmers than the no. of Traditional farmer as on Today.


    Thanks & Regards
    MV SubbaReddy
    Upcoming Professional Farmer
    Hello,

    This is good opportunity for the people who are in process of taking decision about weather to start "Organic Farming" or "Man made Chemical based Farming".

    If you want to have first hand information / practical example / proof from the organic farmers who are actually practicing "Organic Farming" and producing organic farm products and marketing them to the buyers directly and making profits.

    One can also interact with the buyers of the organic farm products and know why they are buying the organic farm products at higher price, being sold in the exhibition.

    One can see that buyers are really getting interested in the "organic Farm Products" being produced without using any man made chemical pesticide.

    If you look at the response (both quantity of purchase and the Price) the Organic Farm Producers received from the consumers, in the exhibition called "Bhimthadi Jatra" arranged by Raintree Tourism Pvt. Ltd., in Pune city from 21 Oct 2010 till 24 Oct 2010, everybody will be encouraged / will get motivated to take up the organic farming on commercial scale.

    If you are in Pune, please take time out and visit the exhibition (open till 10 PM in night) and can interact directly with Organic Framers who had put up the stalls in the exhibition, to sale the organic farm produce from their organic farm.

    One can also interact with Maharashtra Govt officials and also with the MOFF (Maharashtra Organic Farming Federation) who can tell the State Govt support for organic farming and officials from banks, who can tell about the loan, who had put up their stalls in the exhibition.

    On MOFF (Maharashtra Organic Farming Federation) stall, one can interact with many organic farmers, who have really achieved the success in proving that Organic Farming is viable both technically and commercially, without using single drop of man made chemical.

    MOFF officials and its member farmers are very very co-operative and ready to help anybody, who wants to take up and succeed in organic farming.

    The location of exhibition is on ground near RTO / 200 mts from Le-Meridian hotel, behind Pune main Railway Station.

    Govt of Maharashtra is actively supporting all the organic farmers in all the activities right from providing guidance, getting certification, marketing of the organic farm products in India and outside India, through conducting / sponsoring the exhibitions like "Bhimthadi Jatra"

    One of the member of MOFF, the Organic Grape Farmer, Mr. Siddiki, At. Po. Ausa, Dist Latur, was the only farmers, whose grapes (two containers) passed the test (pesticide residual test) by the buyer in Europe.

    The buyer was so surprised by the result that they tested the grapes produced / supplied by Mr. Siddiki again, but could not find any trace of any harmful chemicals.

    The grapes exported by the other farmers, who used man made chemical pesticide were rejected, please have look at the following information.

    Farmers of Maharashtra who export grapes are worried.

    The European Union rejected their table grape consignments in mid-April as they were found containing traces of chlormequat chloride, a plant growth regulator.

    The export of table grapes (these are consumed directly unlike grapes that go into wine making) was halted immediately.

    The farmers are facing losses of about Rs 300 crore, media reported.


    “My son-in-law had exported two containers (30 tonnes) of table grapes worth Rs 20 lakh. The thekedar (export agent) informed him the entire produce has been rejected and no payment would be made,” said Tukaram Nirgude Patil, a vineyard owner in Nashik.

    This is not the first time Indian produce has been rejected. In 2003, the European Commission issued 17 rapid alert notifications saying high levels of pesticide residues were found in Indian grapes.

    I hope this is good example for any new comers, entering in to the commercial farming sector and decide which farm practices to follow and why to go for "Organic Farming"

    Regards

    MRC
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    Default Mr. Dadasaheb Shembekar

    Quote Originally Posted by mvsriocl View Post
    Hello frendz

    Most of us are employess working on different streams in differnt companys ranging from small to MNCs getting pays from 5k to 500k per month;

    In fact we are all here because of one common interest,nothing but agriculture;

    Most of us are fresh and confused about starting, expecting neither money nor physical support; But expecting high motivation & moral boost up from others;

    It would be highly helpful to all memebers if any body can post " Success Stories of the farmers" they have come across/learnt from others;

    I hereby request even moderators of this site to Publish "High Motovational Stories of the farmers of India", which influences the minds of lot of young professional farmers;
    I would like see India by 2020 having More number Professional farmers than the no. of Traditional farmer as on Today.


    Thanks & Regards
    MV SubbaReddy
    Upcoming Professional Farmer
    Hello,

    One of the most notable success story of farmer (1900 to 1955) Mr. Dadasaheb Shembekar.

    Regards

    MRC

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    Some more information about

    Mr. Dadasaheb Shembekar.

    One of the most successful farmer in India, in the beginning of the 20th century.

    He is one of the many forgotten a successful farmers, towards whom every farmer should look upon as role model and learn from what they did.

    He succeed in doing not just technically successful farming but the economically successful farming also.

    He did farming in more than 1000 acre, from 1900 to 1955, by successfully managing the manpower (the farm workers), not by exploiting them.

    And the greatness, of this person was not in where he reached, but from where he started (from which state he has started) and how he has reached to the point where he has reached, and what he did after reaching there.

    You will not believe, he started his farming life at the age of 12 and at that time the condition of his family was so bad that there was not even sufficient food available to eat two times a day.

    In 1949, he donated Rs. 1,00,000=00 to the Pune University, for purpose of doing research, on improving the process of Jaggery manufacturing.

    Similarly he donated to many others.

    All this wealth he generated by practicing agriculture

    He was the first person to introduce Grape cultivation in Maharashtra

    He introduced several new varieties of Sugar Cane in Maharashtra.

    This was all achieved by practicing totally Organic Framing.

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    Dear sir(vishwakarma),

    thank you for a wonderful write up about Dadasaheb Shembekar it was really nice. hope members in this site will come up with such encouraging write up.

    Thank You once again

    Regards
    Deepak
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    Hello Mr.Viswakarma Ji,

    Your posting is really fantastic,thoughtfull and Inspirational; I hope this will definetly encourage people, who are willing to start Organic Farming;


    Regards
    MV SubbaReddy

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    Let us not change the focus of the blog. It is for success stories of the farmers. Inorganic or otherwise.

    I would also like to say that just stories will just inspire but details will ensure the participation.

    Hope we get some good and reliable materials which one can visit and learn from.

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    Default Agri - the back bone of any country

    Dear all,
    Doing agriculture is not for mere interest and time pass. It is what required
    to india now. Among the basic needs FOOD,CLOTH and SHELTER food stands first. A country to be power full must be contended and self sufficient in all these three needs. Shelter is mere space, and almost no country is serious about it. But, Food and cloth are derived only from agriculture. Wood and wooden materials for shelter also rely on agri.

    We cannot afford to import food and cloth from abroad for ever. We can earn
    US dolors and euros but can we make food out of that..? If foreign countris
    imposes sanctions or ban food import what would be our possition? S., starvation and death is the result(Despite 500k salary from s/w company...)

    So, make the country to be rich in agriculture, and it ultimately meet those two fundamental needs. THIS WILL ALONE CAN PAVE THE WAY FOR CONQUERING ENEMIES AND OTHER COUNTRIES WILL DEVELOP FEAR ABOUT US AND WILL NOT DISTURB US IN FUTURE.


    Every one invariably should try to meet his/her own food and cloth/shelter needs by doing/involving in agri related activities. Earning 500k or 50k and
    dumping in bank, buying home, luxury car or house sites in heart of the city
    will not do anything except so cited starvation.

    I started and am doing...

    what about thee people....?

    Regards,
    M.Sivanathan,
    please contact..
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