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21st June - The Hindu Editorial - Part-3 (in Hindi)
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  1. OPE The seeds of sustainability Defining dea S. UBHODEEP

  2. Early June, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu announced that the State would fully embrace Zero Budget Natural Farming (ZBNF a chemical-free method that would cover all farmers by 2024 reduce the cost of farm inputs, cut toxins in food, improve soils yields -significantly higher Input costs - zero No fertilizers and pesticides Many successful pilot programmes that were initiated in 2015 Andhra Pradesh has become the first State to implement a ZBNF policy UBHODEEP


  4. Benefits: higher yield and lower inputs ZBNF farms were able to withstand drought and flooding (climate change) No toxic chemical residues in the environment -Multiple crops and border crops on the same field has provided varied income and nutrient sources Reduced use of water and electricity Improved health of farmers .flourishing of local ecosystems and biodiversity UBHODEEP

  5. Implementation Programme will be extended in phases "This year, 5 lakh farmers will be covered at least one panchayat in each of the mandals will be shifted to this new method By 2021-22, the programme is to be implemented in every panchayat, with full coverage by 2024. -Tenant farmers and day labourers are also being trained UBHODEEP

  6. Special Focus: Farmer-to-farmer connections as vital to its success Agriculture Department is to just listen to farmers and motivate and assist them in different ways Ensured systematic scaling up of farming practice:s based on agro-ecological principles in opposition to the dominant chemical agriculture. The scaling up relies primarily on farmers and local groups all in all, very much a bottom-up process. UBHODEEP

  7. Need Farmer's collectives such as Farmer Producer Organisations need to be established and these would be critical to sustaining the programme. Apart from - Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana and Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana funding. Additional resources have been made available through various philanthropic organisations Need to apply nature's principles in farming and developed a deep-rooted philosophy around the process Need open-minded enlightened political leaders -help. UBHODEEP

  8. Four aspects with locally available materials: Seeds treated with cow dung and urine; Soil rejuvenated with cow dung, cow urine and other local materials to Cover crops, straw and other organic matter to retain soil moisture and Soil aeration for favourable soil conditions. increase microbes; build humus; These methods are combined with natural insect management methods when required. UBHODEEP

  9. With its combination of delta regions, arid and hilly tribal areas, districts in Andhra Pradesh are similar to those in other parts of the country and could therefore serve as a model for replication. Andhra Pradesh is one of the top five States in terms of farmer suicides. Help - Agricultural scientists in India have to rework their entire strategy so that farming is in consonance with nature. UBHODEEP

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