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Farmers adopting natural farming in the world's highest village in Himachal Pradesh, increased yield and earnings

Farmers adopting natural farming in the world's highest village in Himachal Pradesh, increased yield and earnings

Aug 09, 2022 | 7:24 PM

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Initiative is being taken to promote natural farming in the country. Many farmers are getting attracted towards its cultivation. One such farmer of Himachal Pradesh is Chering Lamo who is doing natural farming in the highest place in the world. Cherin Lamo does natural farming in the comic village of the picturesque Spiti in Himachal Pradesh. Chering is not educated, but is ready to move forward by keeping pace with the technique of changing farming. To increase his income, Subhash Palekar is ready to learn the technique of natural farming.

Comic and almost all the farmers of nearby villages want to learn natural farming. So that he can increase his income by farming in this cold desert. Significantly, efforts are being made to promote natural farming under the traditional farming development scheme in Himachal Pradesh. Through this, the cost of agriculture will be reduced, it will help in promoting sustainable farming. The 2018 PKVI was launched here. According to the news of

G Business, the Hikkim located here is at an altitude of 4400 meters above sea level, which is the highest post office in the world, this comek is below the village. Cherry Lama, who lives there, her husband Tanma and her entire family cultivate peas in 12 bigha fields. To get better production in the next season, farmers keep some fields empty in a season. Tanma participated in the program of traditional agricultural development scheme in the camp by the soul organized in the last Sikkim, after which natural farming has partially adopted. There is also a goat. Talking to the researchers who reached the comic village, Cherry Lamo said that he has never used chemical fertilizers in his fields before. Always do traditional farming through manure. He said that after attending the workshop of SPNF, he got information about making them lively, now she uses it in the fields, this has improved crop health and has increased production.

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August 9th 2022, 1:57 pm
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