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2,000 more farmers expected to adopt organic farming in the Nilgiris
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12 August 2021
On 12 August 2021 The Hindu reported:
The district administration expects 2,000 more farmers across the district to adopt organic farming practices over the course of the next year. According to Joint Director of Horticulture Sivasubramaniam Samraj, a total of 4,800 farmers in the district have adopted organic farming practices over the last two years.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of environment, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
'This amounts to 1,600 hectares of farmland that is being cultivated without the use of pesticides. The Nilgiris is leading the way in terms of getting farmers to adopt safe-farming practices,' said Mr. Samraj, adding that they expected more than 2,000 hectares to be cultivated organically in the next year.
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