Rishi Krishi Crops

Our Testimonials


The small lot holder with very limited cash resources wanted to grow a short term less expensive crop for quick returns.

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Our Achivements

More than four lakh farmers (up to Nov. 2012) are following my method and getting bumper crops, at different places with variety of soil as well as variety of crops, from small farmers having a piece of the land to the landlords having hundreds acres of land.

Eklavyas :
Farmers, who does not know me personally, but gone through my books (Marathi, Hindi and English) and leaflets, are following my methods and got the yield more than that of fertilized farms. After getting the yield, they are informing me the results with joy and praise.

Madhya Pradesh Government has made compulsory the book to all agriculture workers in the state and asked them for its practical application in the month of June 2001.

Central government has circulated Hindi version of the book to all State & District libraries.

Following is the list of awards received by Shree Mohan Shankar Deshpande:

1. District level panchaganga vigyan
2. State level Vasantrao Naik Krishi Award
3. State level Sendriya Sheti Shilpakar
4. National Level Aryakrishak Award

What People Say About Us -

1.A Realistic letter by a Researcher Date: 25th December, 2002 Prof. RAMCHANDRA JAGATAP I (Science of plant disease, College of Agriculture, Pune)
Dear, Aryakrishak Shree Mohanrao Deshpande, I wish you a very happy new year - 2003. I now remember that I had bought a copy of your book Ahinsak Rishi-Krishi (first edition) at the 1999-2000 Krishi Exhibition on the Police ground Pune and had read it then out of sheer curiosity. The 2001 Commercial Agricultural Exhibition was organized on the ground of the College of Agriculture, Pune. I also remember the stall you had arranged at the main gate. This year (2002) also I saw your stall in the Agricultural Exhibition on the ground of the Engineering College, Pune. At that time you were among the farmers. I had then bought the colored edition of the book out of curiosity. There is a written reference that the significance of the earthworms in agricultural. Research was first established by an experiment conducted in 1960 at Padegaon Sugar cane research centre. It has also been observed around 1970 to 72, at the Agricultural Research centre, Solapur that mulching is beneficial for non-irrigated crops. The farmers depended on the chemical agricultural techniques. However, an agricultural researcher like you has proved that farming can be profitable if worked out with independent techniques (other than those with chemicals) Nothing is required to be purchased in the market (fertilizer, Medicines etc.) You have guided the needy farmers by implementing this revolution, ary thought. You have done a remarkable work by revealing that the ancient Krishi technique is just even in the research work can be compared with that of Shri Carver in the U.S.A. and Shri. Fucuoca Japan. In fact your work is based on soil microbiology. The research students, working for higher degrees like M.Sc. or Ph.D. in agriculture can verify your theories and convince the scientific world, in the scientific language the reasons and logic behind them. But they! Should not sneer at your techniques. They should try to improve it. The Indian farming has 8,000 years history while the Western countries not even of 100 years.

2.A Note by a Researcher Date: 10th January, 2000 Dr. (Mrs.) Neelam A. Patil M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D. Reader and Head Dept. of Botany Tuljaram Chaturchand College Baramati-413 102, (M.S.), India. Phone: (02112)22405, 22728 Fax: (02112) 22728
Respected Shri. Mohan Deshpande, I have obtained your book, I could lay it down only after its complete reading. I have been engaged in research work in Agrochemicals since 1990. A comparative study of the cost of the market and the financial gains of the farmers created a disastrous picture of the real situation. The deception of the farmers was pinching to my mind constantly. While conducting my research for Ph.D. I found my knowledge of plant physiology incomplete. I found some antradictions in many metabolic processes. I therefore, felt .it necessary to view the entire process holistically, instead of it necessary to view the entire process holistically, instead of adopting the process of joining the pieces of knowledge together. I experienced a kind mental peace when I read your book. I gained a sort of spirit, oxygen by that study. Its results are very good, especially the number of fibred roots increased as they received oxygen and I could get effect of Cytokine some of the doubts in the area were removed by your book. I also firmly believe in the Hindu way of life. So I maintain that due to the universal power and positive thinking micro-organisms in Rhizosphere understand the language of trees. Many of my concepts got support of the thoughts in your book. We shall discuss the results of my experiments personally. I have decided to use your 'Krishi Tantra'. I am sure the so called 'experts' in agriculture will find it very difficult to digest your technique. At present 1 am engaged in the research work in flower-farming and low cost polyhouse. I shall teach this technique to the ladies (women-folk) in the rural areas. Hoping to see you, Yours sincerely, Dr. Mrs. Neelam A. Patil

-By Dr. R. K. Singh -2011
 Pg. No. 178-179

The cow dung has practically been superior to the chemical fertilizer as it does not kill the fertile elements in the sprouting times. In this context Kautilya prescribed a mixture of ghee, honey, cow dung and flesh of hogs for treting the cane sets and bulbous cow dung and flesh of hogs for treating the cane sets and bulbous roots. On the pattern of suggestions give in the scripture one farmer of Maharashtra, Mohan Shankar Deshpande analyzed and developed a package of practice named as Amrita Pani (Ambrosia water). He used this Amrita Pani on his own field as well as on the field of thousands of farmers of Maharashtra and Karnataka since thirty years, and proved beyond doubt the efficacy of this wisdom on all the types of crops. He has described the method of preparation of Amrita Pani in his text Rishi Krishi.

Our Technique


Step 1. Angara (Holy Ash) As per the Deshpande method the cultivator has to incorporate a minimum of 15 kilo of soil from the base of a banyan tree into each acre of farmland he wishes to cultivate.

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Our Material


Book on Rishi Krishi
Title Ahimsak Rishi-Krishi Deshpande Farming Technique
English Edition Rs. 250/- + Postage[In India]

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