Why ZBNF is good for India
An overwhelming number of farmers are reporting greater profitability from the ZBNF programme, and are saving on out-of-pocket expenses.
Why ZBNF is not good for India
A one-size-fits-all approach, like the one being promoted, is likely to become a recipe for disaster.
Millets in the Indian Plate: A Policy Perspective
Millets have a potential role in resolving nutrition-related problems of the country though there are challenges from the demand side.
Budget & Zero Budget Farming
Natural/ Organic Farming is about the relation of the human race with nature and about empowering the farming community comprehensively...
Exploring uncultivated greens
Grown among different varieties of millet crops, the uncultivated greens have high nutritional value.
Keep only the best on the plate
More compact neighbourhoods are likely to support a greater number of grocery stores and have healthy food stores in close proximity.
Transforming livelihoods through farm ponds
Farm ponds aid in superior water control through the harvesting of rainfall, surface run-off and subsurface flows.
‘Multi-cropping has economical and agronomic benefits’
“The climate is changing and becoming hostile to farmers. Even if four-five crops survive, your food needs are met,”