Natural

Farming

Natural

Farming

Natural

Farming

In association with

IMG1

IMG2

IMG3

IMG4

IMG5

About us

The conventional chemical input driven, monoculture centric agriculture has lot of adverse impact on the soil health, cost of cultivation and even the health aspects of the farming community. It is the same case with tribal areas in odisha; the ecological and livelihood diversity of these areas is slowly declining. A paradigm shift is needed in agricultural practices that restore the land’s fertility, crop diversity and provide a decent source of livelihood to the farmers.

Principles of natural farming

Covering The Soils With Crops For 365 Days

Minimal Disturbance To The Soils

Usage Of Indigenous Seed

Bio Stimulants As Necessary Catalysts

Diverse Crops And Trees (15-20 Crops)

Integration Of Livestock

Pest Management Through Better Agronomic Practices, Botanical Extracts

No Synthetic Fertilizers, Pesticides, Herbicides, Weedicides

Proposed saturation of entire village, cluster, block and the state progressively leading to a total transformation

Whole village approach

25%

1-3 years

60%

2-4 years

80%

3-5 years

Farmer’s adoption pattern

25%

1-3 years

50%

2-4 years

100%

3-5 years

Project coverage

jsxn 7 10 7 6 15
Total District

5

Total Block

45

Total Clusters

270

Total SHGs

13,500

Total Farmers

1,29,600

Acres of area

315,900