Opinion What is organic farming - soil


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Natural agriculture is the effort we make of the soil. Rather than providing all the nutrients a crop needs alone, natural agriculture is about letting go of the forces present in that soil.

We can increase natural soil fertility by increasing the humas there to maintain the soil. In natural agriculture we need to make the plants get the nutrients they need from the soil themselves as well as make them immune.


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Organic farming system in India is not new and is being followed from ancient time. It is a method of farming system which primarily aimed at cultivating the land and raising crops in such a way, as to keep the soil alive and in good health by use of organic wastes (crop, animal and farm wastes, aquatic wastes) and other biological materials along with beneficial microbes (biofertilizers) to release nutrients to crops for increased sustainable production in an eco friendly pollution free environment.


Organic farming is a farming method that involves growing and nurturing crops without the use of synthetic based fertilizers and pesticides.

"Zero Budget Natural Farming" system (verify web sites and FB posts) provides organic food FREE in your land. Before 50 years in my childhood in Kerala, I was using organic food without any investment. Today also you can implement the system as free. Waste of a local cow is sufficiant to fertile 30 acre of land to make organic.
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Organic Farming is nothing but to provide the Natural ingredients to our MOTHER EARTH what we got from it. On using of Chemical Fertilisers and Pesticides environment and soil were completely spoiled and lost the Natural Strength what the Plants need.In the system of Natural / Organic Farming, one can have better yield with quality Products while with a lesser Expenditure. If YOU need we will Provide you an E-Book on Organic Farming with a Practical Approach . For Further details, please contact.
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Be practical and think from the marginal farmers' point of view. Better to understand if it is really needed in Indian perspective than to define organic farming. Today there are two definitions one is industrial and the other one is scientific and there is conflict between the two based on soil nutrient dynamics. Anyways, do you think organic farming can meet entire food demand of India today. I am not against organic farming but we should think from the farmers' point of view. Majority of farmers can not afford this system. Second, its a long term process to regain the soil sustainability not a game of one or two years. As of now, why dont we focus on balanced nutrition/ integrated nutrient management so as to get both yield and soil sustainability back to normal. A lot to say but its already too long here. Thanks and best regards


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Hi You understand what is organic farming and chemical farming. Organic farming working towards soil enrichment, there by plant takes all nutrient in need. Chemical farming working towards plant on the soil, giving what every the nutrients the plant required directly as we feed our kids. Once the soil enriched, we could reduce our work burden aftet a while when nature occurs, you need not bother about farming activities. In chemical farming we cannot stop our work. We have to feed untill we do farming

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