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This is a short tour of my organic farm and the methods that are being used to grow them, along with with a few tips. Visit my website: www.myorganicfarm.net
A small balcony, terrace or porch will do. Here's an easy how-to-guide to high density organic farming. Now don't let that scare you - we're just trying to say that you can grow a LOT in a small space without needing too much or too many! This is a video from Chai with Lakshmi, India's first award-winning online talk show. Follow the show on Twitter: http://twitter.com/chaiwithlakshmi Follow the show on Facebook: http://facebook.com/chaiwithlakshmi Follow the talk show host at http://lakshmirebecca.com Subscribe to this youtube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=chaiwithlakshmi
At the Hortiindia workshop-cum-exhibition at Technology Park, Greater Noida, experts demonstrated innovative methods of food cultivation. Watch how horticulturists are able to obtain high yield of tomato by using effective greenhouse technology. (Audio in Hindi)
I'm backpacking India alone right now and found out about this remote ancient village called Malana, where the locals grow ganja (marijuana/weed) and turn it into their famous charas called Malana Cream(a potent hash/hashish). "What most people don't realise (including myself when I visited Malana) is the effect of our presence in lands that were previously isolated. In Malana, it is the slow death of their culture in front of their eyes when they allow us in. It is the river of plastic that snakes behind their houses and grows larger and larger until one day the whole village may drown in it. It is the petrified mothers who cling to their children with their gaze averted upon sighting us. It is the reduction of their existence to merely our touristic experience." https://www.101india.c...
Aquaponics, a system of farming that uses no soil, also uses far less water than traditional agriculture. But while the technique is gaining attention, it remains a very niche way to grow produce due to economic limitations. Special correspondent Cat Wise reports from Half Moon Bay, California. View the full story/transcript: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/aquaponic-farming-saves-water-can-feed-country/#transcript
Aloe Vera has a lot of medicinal help hence, starting an Aloe Vera farm is indeed going to be helpful especially in your community and much more, on prospering your business farm. The Aloe plant is quite an easy plant to grow and care for. It requires well-drained sandy soil and shouldn't be placed in direct sunlight. Moderate light is sufficient. If the plant is a pot plan then you should ensure that the plant is completely dry before watering again. Too much water will do more harm than good. Growing Aloe Vera Light - Most Aloe species make excellent house plants when they are given enough light. If they are grown outdoors in warm climates, they should be planted in full sun, or light shade. Potted Aloes benefit from spending the summer outdoors. Because Aloe plants consist of mostl...
Kanoka is a small scale organic tea farm owned by Assamica Agro. It is located in Sonitpur district of Assam with total tea plantation on 6 acres. The tea artisans from Kanoka makes around 200 kilos of fine tippy Assam orthodox black tea in a month through ethical & sustainable farming methods. Kanoka's organic Assam tea is known for its unique and smooth taste. Kanoka is one of the few small tea growers in Assam to be fully certified as organic as per NPOP & NOP standards. We have a small tea processing unit inside the farm where we make specially handcrafted Assam teas. We also have an e-commerce website through which we sell our handmade organic teas. In order to proceed with our cause to instill Ethical tea production in this region’s community, we’re now exploring the idea of an Org...
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Kel Kelly has been visiting the Assam region of India for over 20 years. Building relationships with growers and using his knowledge in organic agriculture practices to teach farmers how to grow crops without pesticides. In the past several years Fertile Ground, an organization Kel helped found, has been teaching tea growers these methods, and aiding them in finding a North American market for their teas.
learn about Argan oil, from Morocco that is preserved in a co-operative that Colleen buys from. She shows her line of unique soaps including pumpkin that are hand made and soap for dogs. for more info: http://www.enfleurageorganics.com =============== The conference was presented in association with The Big Carrot Natural Food Market. It was supported by the Ontario Trillium Foundation and sponsored by the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE) and Pfennings Organic, as well as our media sponsors, Vitality, Edible Toronto and NOW. The day started with...
Gotham Greens is a startup in Gowanus focused on creating sustainable rooftop farming solutions by adding working greenhouses to office buildings throughout the 5 boroughs. Anthony talks to the Co-Founders and Chief Agricultural Officer about why they decided to found the company in Brooklyn. Subscribe to TechCrunch today: http://goo.gl/eg167 Built in Brooklyn showcases the intersection of talent, location and hustle in the iconic NYC borough Brooklyn. Click here for more episodes: http://goo.gl/umtSRp
In countries where food security is a systemic problem, the choice of eating organically grown foods versus those produced by traditional methods is rarely available. In our efforts to increase food security in the community, we made the decision to continue to use the sustainable farming techniques employed by my father. This includes recycling and re-purposing everything that is used on the farm. For instance, the corn husks, stalks, and other by-products of the harvests, were given to a local cattleman to feed his livestock. All harvests, preparation, and packaging of crops for sale is completed manually. We rely on renewable resources, and optimize biological productivity through crop rotations.
Some ignorant people use Ethylene Oxide, a chemical popularly used among doctors for strelizing surgical instruments as a ripening agent to improve the 'colour' and hasten the ripened look in mangoes; thereby making them toxic to that effect.Another highly toxic And DANGEROUS chemical often used to give colour and fake ripening ic CARBIDE powder. Varities on display:1)mallika(grown around bangalore and devoped by gkvk agri univarsity ,if im right. skin is thin n not juicy,flesh is non fibrous,aromatic,sweet,superb.hardy trees that do very well in organic conditions.our trees dont get any spray or inputs.but the mallika trees yield very well.fruiting later in season.2)Malgoa is popular in Karnataka,perticularly hills n coast area.no fibre but pulpy flesh,sweet ,even when raw,large fruits.n...
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(3 Mar 2017) LEADIN: A Mumbai-based design studio has created a smart vertical garden, which enables city dwellers to grow their own plants. The designers of 'Altifarm' say they noticed a void in home gardening and wanted to come up with a smart solution to help. STORYLINE: Tourist Sara Mampel is a regular visitor to Bombay to Barcelona Library Café, a quiet eatery set in Mumbai's residential area of Andheri. One reason she keeps coming back is because she can handpick the spinach for her salad. It's cut fresh from this 'Altifarm' vertical garden, which sits in the sun by the outdoor seating area. "Every time fresh food. They are using fresh vegetables and they are cutting them from the spot," says Mampel. "All the plants here and they are taking fresh vegetables from the market,...
For 1 acre farm: Present: 3-4 bags DAP(@Rs. 950 per bag) + 3-4 katte Urea (@Rs. 270 per bag) should be replaced by Organic Options Fertilizer: 5 Kg cow dung+ 5 Kg urine + 2 Kg Masar/chane/arhar atta + 2 Kg gur + water. keep it for 48 hours then use as pesticide. Pesticide: 5 Kg Neem Leaves or Bhaang or anaar or amrood Leaves + 750 gm or 500 g lasan + 5 Kg cow urine + 3 Kg Green chilli with seeds + 120 litres water Boil. do ubaal Spray Every 10-15 days
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