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  • > No Anthony. I do not think the tiger is unnatural. My fascination is with > man's ability to think, innovate and come up with ideas that show so many > alternate ways of living especially when they use least resource. I do not > live on fallen fruits alone but nevertheless I am intrigued by such > experiments and wished to share what I knew. :-). > > warm regards > Radha > > > On...
    Anuradha Desikan Eswar Jan 18, 2009
  • For information only... > > Some ancients in India had a practice of eating only fruits that dropped > from trees. They would use flowers that fell off plants. This is to say that > there are many different ways of existing... I have heard tell of people in > my country who can survive on just sun rays. Some others on just water. > Extremes no doubt but I am fascinated by the...
    Anuradha Desikan Eswar Jan 16, 2009
  • Dear Michiyo, Sorry for the late reply. I wasn't checking mails for some time. We could help with any actual content management for a web site. As far as getting information about people in India is concerned, as you would have already noticed, Raju Bhai is a serious natural farmer here. Apart from him, there are a number of natural farmers who have followed natural farming based...
    Anuradha Desikan Eswar Sep 26, 2007
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  • Hi Michiyo: This is Radha. You visited our place in Bangalore. Murali and I can help you set up the website if you could think out your requirements anytime. Warm regards Radha ----- Original Message ----- From: michiyoshibuya To: fukuoka_farming@^$1 Sent: Friday, September 21, 2007 7:43 AM Subject: [fukuoka_farming] Re: Map of natural farms and meeting Hello Michela, This is...
    Anuradha Desikan Eswar Sep 21, 2007
  • Dear Jojo, I hadn't checked my mails for some time and missed reading your mail till now. BCIL-Altech Foundation has scattered seedballs in your area. Has Dr. Subba Rao been transferred? In fact Michiyo, Wakka, Vandana and myself visited the sites last year and found that the rains had failed and hence only a few seedballs had sprouted. What is the situation now? Why dont you call...
    Radha Eswar Mar 14, 2007
  • Dear Michiyo and Waka: It was a pleasure having you and Waka with us past few days. It was a pleasure too taking you to Chintamani to show you our efforts in greening this planet. Your visit and your suggestions show how we all need to stop on our tracks and turn around to see what little each one of us can do towards making life a joy to live for every living being on this earth...
    Anuradha Desikan Eswar Nov 13, 2006
  • Thanks a ton Michiyo! We shall spend time experimenting some more this year within controlled space and go ahead and get many people to participate like we did last Summer, for scattering for the next year too. You have now given me reasons to think up experiments to check if scattering also should be attempted any time of the year. So far we have only attempted scattering just...
    Anuradha Desikan Eswar Oct 19, 2006
  • Dear Harish: There is a book called The Philosophy of Spiritual Farming by Subhash Palekar. Wont know where you may get it though. I am just a reader of natural farming and try to influence others who have lands to follow it. Am in Bangalore. Do keep writing about your experiments. Warm regards Radha ----- Original Message ----- From: Harish Somayaji To: fukuoka_farming@^$1 Sent...
    Anuradha Desikan Eswar Oct 19, 2006
  • Thanks Doug. I have sent a mail to Jeff. Thanks too for featuring the millionseedball site on your blog. World over this has to happen and in greater numbers. As some of us stood on top of hills overseeing the scattering of lakhs of seedballs by children, our pride at our achievement slowly dissolved into humility...the many bags of seedballs got engulfed by just a quarter of a...
    Anuradha Desikan Eswar Oct 19, 2006
  • Thanks again for the reply. The reason why I am asking if seedballs can be stored year long is, this organisation is trying to get millions of seedballs done through many people much much before the rains even. If for example seedballs got done this month in October, can they scatter it in June when the rains hit Bangalore? Thank you. Warm regards Radha ----- Original Message...
    Anuradha Desikan Eswar Oct 17, 2006