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Fruit basket Krishnagiri's organic turnaround
by M. Ramesh
The Hindu Translate This Article
28 July 2017
On 28 July 2017 The Hindu reported:
There are many reasons why the Krishnagiri district of Tamil Nadu should consider itself blessed. Sitting in the middle of black granite hills on a plateau that rises a kilometre above the sea level, it enjoys a salubrious climate -- conducive for growing a large variety of fruits and vegetables. By providence, Krishnagiri is at the junction of not less than five major national highways, the lifeline of horticultural commerce. Here, a revolution of sorts has been taking place in the last few years. An 'organic' fever appears to be sweeping across the district -- farmers are giving up chemical fertilisers and pesticides and returning to 'traditional farming'.
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