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Organic Farming: Krishi Vigyan Kendra is Providing Training to Farmers; Apply Now

At Present, there are many farmers in India who are earning lakhs every month through Organic Farming.

Abha Toppo
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Organic farming is gaining popularity day by day, but there are many farmers who still don’t know the basics. They want to do organic cultivation but don’t know how to begin with it.

But now they don’t need to worry as Krishi Vigyan Kendra has solved their problem. Various KVKs all across the country provide training to farmers on organic farming as well as the latest farming techniques. Farmers who want to learn can get in touch with their nearest KVK.

Definition of organic farming  

The United States Dept of Agriculture defines organic farming as a system that avoids or largely excludes the use of synthetic inputs (like fertilizers, pesticides, hormones, feed additives, etc.) and to the maximum extent feasible relies upon crop rotations, crop residues, animal manures, off-farm organic waste, mineral grade rock additives & biological system of nutrient mobilization and plant protection. 

KVK, Maharashtra provides training on Organic Farming

KVK, Kaneri in Maharashtra provides training to farmers at a very nominal price. Experts at KVK tell the participants as to how they can easily start organic farming and earn a good income from it. The training includes daily classes, field demonstration etc.

How to apply for organic farming training

Farmers who are interested in organic farming training will have to fill up an application form. The entrance fee for this training program is Rs. 200 per person. Please fill the transaction details in the following form. The details of the bank for depositing the entrance fee are as under:

Bank Name - State Bank of India

Account Name - Shri Sidhagiri Math

Account No. 38316771849

IFSC - SBIN0007958

Branch - MIDC Gokul Shirgaon, Kolhapur

Benefits of organic farming 

One of the biggest benefits of organic farming is that people get good quality produce, which is devoid of toxic residues of pesticides and fertilizers.  

With the use of cheaper & local inputs, a farmer can make a good return on investment.

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