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Reiterating the government’s resolve of according a high priority to food security, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said that many initiatives had been undertaken to improve the organic farming.
Apart from being safe, organic farming could also be the answer to many woes plaguing agriculture in the State. It is slowly gaining ground, and there is an urgent need for government to promote it, w
While organic farming is being practised in over 1,000 villages in the State at present, the government is going to expand it to all the 12,900 villages.
Fertiliser consumption in India has witnessed a surge of nearly 25 times since mid-sixties as compared to three-fold increase in food grain production over the same period.
The State government is planning to promote and practice organic farming across the State for the next five years.
Senior officials of think-tank NITI Aayog are making a beeline for Giriraj Singh, who owes his national recognition to his rabid anti-Pakistan and Hindutva comments, to take lessons on organic farming
Quitting snug jobs and breaking conventional moulds, a host of farmers are bringing zing back into the fields. Express highlights a few.
The success story of a 40-year old techie quitting his well-paying job to pursue his passion to become an organic farmer.
Agriculture Minister V S Sunil Kumar on Tuesday informed the Assembly the Farmers Welfare Board would be constituted this year itself.
Twenty-four-year-old Santhosh's Facebook page has over 91,000 likes and over 93,000 people following it everyday, consulting him about organic farming and other agriculture-related queries.
The Odisha Government and United Nations Environment Programme have decided to collaborate to promote organic farming in the State.
Executive director of UNEP, Erik Solheim met chief minister Naveen Patnaik at the state secretariat on Friday and discussed the scope of organic farming in Odisha.
While Facebook page creators are adept at coming up with memes for every occasion, V Santhosh in Nagapattinam is using his pages to create memes on agriculture and organic farming.
This Onam the temples under Cochin Devaswom Board will offer devotees an array of vegetables cultivated on their premises as part of the ‘Haritha Kshetram project’
Giving a boost to organic farming and traditional agrarian techniques, Njattuvela markets seem to be catching the fancy of people in the state.