Natural Farming

In natural farming chemical or organic fertilizers are not added into the soil in fact, decomposition of organic matter by microbes and earthworms is encouraged right on the soil surface itself, which gradually adds nutrition in the soil, over the period.

Subhash Palekar is an agricultural scientist who pioneered the concept of Natural Farming in the country. Palekar drew his inspiration from ancient Indian farming techniques, at the heart of which are cow dung and cow urine.

Natural Farming ensures better soil biology, improved agrobiodiversity and a more judicious usage of water with much smaller carbon and nitrogen footprints.

We have conducted training for women farmers in Prayagraj villages teaching them about use of Jeevamrit, Beejamrit, Whapaasa and vermicompost