6476Re: [fukuoka_farming] Soyabeen crop failing in mid India every year.
- Sep 25 5:58 AMDear Raju,
Another reason is that the middle man makes much more
money than farmers. I think societies formed by the
farmers should market the products, which happens in a
I have a few questions. Some may be very silly since I
have only reading knowledge at present.
>Nandan - I am very eager to know whether the crop will
> But not only this year, every year it is failing
> due to drought and insects
completely survive in drought using Natural farming. I
can see defintely there should be improvements since
there will be much more water stored in the
mulch/soil. Why is the government not promoting it ? I
read the Ashok Sanghavi's
book about Bhaskar Save and there it is mentioned that
even the agricultural universities does not promote it
for various reasons.
>Nandan - Do the government promote NF in US?
> Fukuoka showed a new do nothing vision to farmers.
> More than 35% farmers growing Soya were without
> tilling in USA.
>. So many enemies of harmful insects such as
> lizard, frogs and snakes live in it and protectNandan - If there are snakes in the field, how will
> crop. Under the shade of mulch lot of earthworms
> start working they make soil pours up to very deep
> this porosity absolves most of the rainwater.
you harvest? Even when I describe my family about NF,
they get scared when I say it will be maintained like
>Nandan - I would like to talk to you. Can you give you
> Shalini and Raju Titus
> Natural farmers of midIndia
the phone numbers, whatever I got from the web did
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