Workshop on natural agriculture organized
Hyderabad: The Telangana Development Forum (TDF), in association with Jaikisan, conducted an awareness program on Friday about the Padmasri Prize-winning Chintala Venkat Reddy (CVR) method for soil enrichment in fields cultivated for more than a century in Mudchintalapally. The objective is to make farmers aware of the enrichment of their infertile and less productive agricultural lands.
Laureate Padmasri Chintala Venkat Reddy explained his CVR method, which involves removing non-fertile soil from the topsoil and replacing it with soil inside the soil that is available 3 to 4 feet away in the same agricultural field. Although the process costs around Rs 15,000 per acre, it also improves crop yields and helps reduce soil temperature, which reduces global warming and protects the environment.
TDF India General Secretary Matta Rajeshwar Reddy, along with natural farmer Prasad Reddy and local farmers, organized the program. Rajeshwar Reddy said that with the help of TDF USA and other Forum sections abroad, the TDF India team will help farmers in natural farming, organic farming and organic farming. diverse. All participating farmers visit Rajeshwar Reddy’s farm for a hands-on exhibit.
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TDF USA President Kavita Challa, Mudchintalapally (AO) Agriculture Officer Krishnaveni and TDF India President Vatte Raja Reddy also attended the event.
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