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SVU inks pact with SARRA in research
Tirupati | Wednesday, Jul 15 2009 IST
 
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The Department of Virology of Sri Venkateswara Univeristy(SVU) here today signed an MoU for three years with the South Asia Rural Reconstruction Association (SARRA), Bangalore for joint research in natural farming technologies and spread of Dr.Cho Han Kyu technologies to benefit small and marginal farmers.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed in the presence of the SVUs Vice-Chancellor N.Prabhakar Rao by the Virology Department Head Prof.D.V.R.Sai Gopal and SARRA Executive Director Mrs.Rohini Reddy during the workshop conducted on Traditional Seed in the varsity.

Under the MoU , the Department of Virology proposed a partnership with SARRA for Scientific validation of Dr.Chol Han Kyu natural farming technologies using indigenous microorganisms (IMOs), fermented plant juices (FPJ), fermented fruit Juices(FFJ), oriental herbal nutrients (OHN). SARRA is the sole authorized organization in India for validating these technologies.

The scientific validation of these technologies will become common property of the two institutions and the economic returns would be shared euqlly for furthern strengthening and spread of Dr.Cho Han Kyu technologies, according to MoU. The findings have to be patented.

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