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Ravi Shankar's Agriculture Inst to develop organic farming in Telangana

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Hyderabad Jul 16 | Sunday, Jul 16 2017 IST
 
A delegation of Art of Living Guru Ravi Shankar's Sri Sri Institute of Agricultural Sciences and Technology Trust today came forward to provide necessary training and required help to encourage organic farming in Telangana. The delegation led by Uma Maheshwari, the head of Telangana, AP and Tamil Nadu states met Telangana Panchayat Raj Minister Jupally Krisshna Rao at Secretariat here and discussed on the need for organic farming and training among the farmers.

The delegation informed they are working with 18 states in the country and offered training for 1500 farmers so far on the organic farming which is key for more yield and less expenditure for farming.

They discussed on the use of organic farming and manufacturing of organic fertilizers and conducting seminars and training at selected places.

Besides training and awareness , the institute will also help marketing the agriculture produce which has tremendous response from the people.

They are involved in producing fertilizers and garbage enzyme using garbage and other waste material and use of bamboo for poly house construction.

The minister asked the SERP officials Pausami Basu to conduct a feasibility study to replicate organic farming.UNI XC KNR SHK 2341

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