Chemical Free Farming

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  1. Rich Land, Rich Crops, Rich Hands

      Click to enlarge infographic Farmers in India, who feed the whole country, don't have much for themselves. India is losing more than 2,000 farmers every single day, as villagers migrate to cities in search of better jobs. Nearly a quarter of a mill ...
  2. A breakthrough in sustainable farming

    Permaculture, a term said to be defined in reference to the need for a permanent or sustainable system of agriculture, is being experimented all over the world across difference climatic and geographic zones and has recently come to the city in the form ...
  3. Going Green in Canada

    Deepening Roots was created in 2005 by volunteers from The Art of Living to offer youth a unique, experience-based approach to sustainable agriculture and leadership. Deepening Roots brings together educators in the fields of permaculture, health and well ...
  4. Chhattisgarh Farmers Wake-up To Natural Fertilizers

    “Chemicals have pesticides have spoiled the health of our people and of the planet. Organic farming is the only hope for the world.”- Sri Sri "One indigenous cow is enough to generate fertilizers for 30 acres of land. This would produce maximum grain ...
  5. Natueco farming (Nature Ecological Farming)

    Natueco farming follows the principles of eco-system networking of nature in our farming system. It is different from organic or natural farming both in philosophy and practice. It offers an alternative to the commercial, heavily chemical's technique ...
  6. Kitchen Gardening

    Kitchen Gardening Growing of fruits, vegetables, flowers in the available space around bungalows, galleries of flats, open terraces, windows wherever the sun light gets to plants. Sunlight is essential for the manufacturing of food in the leaves of plants ...
  7. Laxmi Taru

    Lakshmi Taru- the medicinal tree LAKSHMI TARU  (Simarouba glauca DC; Common names: Simarouba, oil tree, paradise tree or aceituno) is an important tree species growing in the forests of Central America. It was first introduced by National Bureau of Plant ...
  8. Sri Sri Statement on the Ban Endosulfan

    His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar (Founder, The Art of Living foundation) has asked the Stockholm convention to ban endosulfan. The stand taken by India in the stockholm convention was unfortunate. He said that it did not reflect the feelings and sentimen ...
  9. Sri Sri Beejkosh (Seed Bank)

    With the advancement of science, many alterations and changes have been introduced by the scientist in the crops and the genetic make-up of the original seed is changed. Because of this the newly developed varieties and hybrids of different seeds are susc ...
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