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Manufacturing of Organic Compost and Organic Farming (Organic Manures, Livestock and Human Wastes, Industrial Wastes, Organic Farming in Rice, Biomass Production, Chemical Composition of Banana, Organic Nutrient)

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

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Manufacturing of Organic Compost and Organic Farming (Organic Manures, Livestock and Human Wastes, Industrial Wastes, Organic Farming in Rice, Biomass Production, Chemical Composition of Banana, Organic Nutrient, Processing and Value Addition of Organic Rice, Pest Management and Weed Management in Organic Farming)

 

Organic farming is friendlier to the environment and is more sustainable compared to newer farming techniques. So, not only can make huge profits from organic farming, but you will also help protect the environment and the planet as a whole. Making money from an agricultural business requires knowledge of farming practices as well as some experience in developing a business. There are lots of things that you could grow on your organic farm. It can range from herbs, flowers, vegetables to food crops. The great demand for this kind of food and even the gourmet ones are making organic farm business popular.

“In a world of many choices organic agriculture is a serious option for many farmers, Enterprises and consumers. Composting transforms raw organic residues into humus-like material through the activity of soil microorganisms. Mature compost stores well and is biologically stable, free of unpleasant odors, and easier to handle and less bulky than raw organic wastes. In agronomic and horticultural operations, compost can be used as a soil amendment, seed starter, mulch, container mix ingredient, or natural fertilizer, depending on its characteristics. Composting can also reduce or eliminate weed seeds and plant pathogens in organic residues.

In organic farming, requirements for managing the composting process are necessary to ensure that composting results in a reasonably stabilized product that is largely free of pathogens, weed seeds, and toxic residues.

Composting is the natural process of 'rotting' or decomposition of organic matter by microorganisms under controlled conditions. Raw organic materials such as crop residues, animal wastes, food garbage, some municipal wastes and suitable industrial wastes, enhance their suitability for application to the soil as a fertilizing resource, after having undergone composting.

One of the main goals of every organic farmer is to build long term soil fertility and tilth by feeding the soil with a variety of natural amendments. The regular addition of compost is one of the best waysto enhance soil organic and humic content, which helps to build a fertile soil structure. Such a soil structure makes better use ofwater and nutrients.

Compost is a rich source of organic matter. Soil organic matter plays an important role in sustaining soil fertility, and hence in sustainable agricultural production. In addition to being a source of plant nutrient, it improves the physico-chemical and biological properties of the soil. As a result of these improvements, the soil:

(i) becomes more resistant to stresses such as drought, diseases and toxicity;

(ii) Helps the crop in improved uptake of plant nutrients; and

(iii) Possesses an active nutrient cycling capacity because of vigorous microbial activity.

India produces around 62 million tonnes of urban waste annually, but most of it is not recycled. At present, annually about 1.5 lakh tonnes of compost from such waste are made while the potential is produce up to 50 lakh tonnes.

This book basically deals with Indian agriculture before the green revolution, characteristics of sustainable agriculture, essential characteristics of organic farming, objectives of organic and conventional farming, livestock and human wastes, organic farming in rice, important regulations for organic farming, production of organic compost, effect of organic fertilizers in pongamiapinnata, significance of azospirillum and pseudomontas on growth of elucinecrocana, chemical composition of banana, effect of azospirillum and phosphate solubilizing culture on quality of sugarcane, industrial wastes as sources of plant nutrients, role of organic fertilizer in upland crop production etc.

The book provides you with comprehensive information on organic farming and related methods of farming. The book aims to provide you with many other profitable information about the method of obtaining sustainable agricultural and organic farming.

 

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