Category: Organic farming

Sustainable agriculture agristudent.com
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Sustainable Agriculture | Agristudent.com

Sustainable Agriculture: Definition, Concept, Goals The world has realised shortcomings and ill effects of Modern day agriculture Modern day Agriculture uses intensive methods like use…

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Organic farming certification
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Organic Farming: Certification agencies in India & Abroad | Agristudent.com

International inspection and certification agencies Soil Association Inspection Scheme, UK SKAL, Netherlands ECOCERT, France / Belgium / Germany IMO, Switzerland Organic Crop Improvement Association, USA…

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Organic farming organic methods of weed control agristudent.com
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Mycoherbicides | Agristudent.com

Mycoherbicides Mycoherbicides infected weeds The fungal pathogens that control specific weeds and continue to survive on the weeds year after year are called Mycoherbicides Fungal…

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Organic weed control
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Organic farming: Methods of weed control | Agristudent.com

What is the main aim of organic farming? Organic farming aims to minimize or eliminate the use of chemicals in farming. Weeds are responsible for…

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Organic farming: Plant origin insecticides
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Plant Origin Insecticides | Agristudent.com

Organic Farming: Plant origin Insecticides After witnessing the shortcomings of green revolution, the world agriculture has realized the importance of organic farming and has began…

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Bacterial Insecticide (Bt) | Agristudent.com

Bacterial Insecticide – Bt More than 100 pathogenic bacteria were recorded of which Bacillus thuringiensis (B.t.) is important B.t. is known as a bacterial insecticide…

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Organic farming
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Organic farming | Agristudent.com

Introduction “Organic Farming is not a goal to be attained. It is an ongoing process. It is a journey rather than a destination” Definition Lampkin…

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