Re: [fukuoka_farming] Planting in Monsoon under the mango trees.AttnMr Raju and Friends of NF
- Dear friend,
My mobile no is 9179738049.
On 5/17/09, Venkat Rao Jaladi <venkatraoj@...> wrote:
> Dear Raju ji
> Can you please give me your contact number. I am in preparing to start
> natural farming. I am from medak Andhra pradesh. My contact number isa
> 9959199175. I need to clarify some doubts and ask some questions. Thanking
> you very much.
> Venkat Rao Jaladi
> From: Raju Titus <rajuktitus@... <rajuktitus%40gmail.com>>
> To: email@example.com <fukuoka_farming%40yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, May 13, 2009 2:36:18 AM
> Subject: Re: [fukuoka_farming] Planting in Monsoon under the mango
> trees.AttnMr Raju and Friends of NF
> Dear friend,
> My advise to purchase "The One Straw Revolution" from Earth care book
> store of Mumbai. Owner of this book store Mr Bharat Mansata and his
> wife Vinita is know all about of Natural way of farming. White clover
> is a
> leguminous small plant which is available in cold regions. Once you
> scattered few seeds of it it spread and remove grass and help in
> growing rice and wheat. It supply nitrogen,conserve moisture.cover
> soil and many advantages.Instead of white clover you can use any
> legume of you area.My advise is first you grow Soybean,
> Greengrame or other legume which suit in your area and grow near and
> around Mango trees in rainy season without tilling and compost.
> Now a days i am moving all over such place where people doing Natural
> way of farming. Just I am returning from Dharamshala( H.P) and going
> to Raigadda(Urisa) after this am going to Vellore Sundreason's place.
> When I was new comer in N.F there was no guide but with experience of
> 23 years I am in position to guide.All though N.F is very simple and
> based on " do nothing " principles is difficult to
> understand.Therefor e my advise is first read "O.S.R. and confirm that
> you are really want to do N.F. Than I will come to your place and
> guide how to start.
> On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 1:19 AM, edward barton
> <siliconvalley47@ yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Friends,
> > The monsoon rains are approaching fast in our region.The first rains are
> > expected by first week of june.
> > I have a mango orchard and have been following no chemical fertilisers,
> > chemical pesticides farming practices.I feel i am closer to organic
> > practices as i have been doing vermicomposting with cow dung from my cows
> > the farm
> > Sometime back Mr Raju Titus had advised on this forum to start with moong
> > plantings as i move into NF practices.
> > My moong planting experiment did not work out as the rabbits ate away the
> > moong saplings but the best part was that moong saplings did coome out.
> > I need advise from Mr Raju and other Friends as to what shud be planted
> > the monsoons around the mango trees.I have about 175 mango trees.Uptil
> > weeds etc has been growing which were removed after monsoons and used in
> > vermicomnpost.
> > This year i will follow whatever advise my Friends on this forum give me
> > .What shud i plant moong or rice around the mabgo trees or something
> > Mr Raju what is clover in Hindi or Marathi?i have been reading in your
> > about clover but i am not sure what it is.
> > Thanks
> > regards
> > edward.
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