Natural Farming

With a view to uplift rural India, the concepts of natural farming is gaining ground in our country. Natural farming includes the use of available natural farm resources/products in agriculture and mushrooming biodiversity. Many organizations are trying hard to convince farmers to adopt natural farming for long term sustainability and fertility preservation. Farmers are becoming aware of the negative effects of current farm practices and excessive use of chemicals fertilizer and pesticides. Natural farming eliminates energy/ production costs, fertilizer and other input costs, improves underground water level without any contamination, helps in conserving moisture and prevent crop from effect of climate change. Above all, it reduces global warming by reducing the greenhouse gases considerably and helps in sustainable development. It cannot be an exaggeration, if we say that cattle based natural farming has the answer for the problem of farmer suicides, mitigation of economic recession, empowerment of the farmer and improvement of the rural economy.