Recently, there have been a lot of noise around the farm laws. While its easy to get swayed with the media and noise, it is important to understand the law before concluding anything. let us deep dive and understand these recent farm laws in a summarized form and a simple language: There are 3 farms […]
A farmer is happy when the soil is happy. A healthy and fertile soil is the foundation of the food system that produces healthy produce. The plants absorb nutrients from two sources — organic matter and minerals. Organic matter includes any plant or insects that returns to the soil and goes through the decomposition process.
अन्नमशितं त्रेधा विधीयते, तस्य यः स्थविष्ठो धातुः तत् पुरीषं भवति, यो मध्यमः तन्मांसं भवति, यो अणिष्ठः तन्मनः । – छान्दोग्योपनिषत् ६-५-१ “What we eat is, what we become” – Chandogya Upanishad Yes ! You read it right. The above excerpt is from one of our famous Upanishad: Chandogya Upanishad. It says that whatever we eat,
Do you know whether that “organic food basket” you just bought from an upmarket store has organic fruits and vegetables? We buy organic not just because organic foods are safer for us, but also because they are more nutritious and flavoursome. While buying organic for your family is a good idea, it’s equally important to
Do you know where that “organic cabbage” you bought from an upmarket store came from? While it’s good that you care for your family and buy fresh organic produce, it’s also important to understand whether you are getting what you are paying for. Your happiness encourages us to work harder under the scorching sun to
If my soil is happy, my consumer is happy, I am happy. A sustainable income is a bonus. Ever since I have switched from conventional farming to organic, I haven’t not only worked with everything natural to harvest pesticide- and synthetic fertilisers-free crops, I have also learnt to safeguard myself from external factors like extreme
Organic farming takes a proactive approach as opposed to treating problems after they emerge. It nurtures the ecosystem by conserving the natural resources and protecting the health of the ecosystem and people. It relies on ecological processes, biodiversity, and cycles adapted to local conditions, rather than conventional farming methods that bring with them a host