The old Indian story behind the modern organic agriculture

In India Organic mulch to soil has been in use since long, in traditional agriculture with low returns.

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In India Organic mulch to soil has been in use since long, in traditional agriculture with low returns. With the advent of synthetic commercial fertilizers and pesticides in the modern agriculture excessive use of fertilizers, pesticides and water was resorted to obtain high yield in crops. However, this practice of using high inputs to increase yields eventually led to irrational application of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides and irrigation, ultimately resulting in microbial degradation of soil, residual pesticide effects and ground water pollution due to heavy leaching of chemicals in to the aquifers. The situation got aggravated year after year cutting down the revenues to farmers and sometimes reaching to alarming situation.

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