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My farm was not generating sufficient income even after extensive use of chemical fertilizers & pesticides, one day i happened to listen a talk by Shri Deshpande on Radio..
Mrs.Sunetra Shinde ...

Impressive Results of the Rishi-Krishi Deshpande Farming Techuique -

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The procedure consisting of Angara, Amrutpani, seed dressing and the mulch works wonders in the fields. Normally, even after using purchased earthworm culture, a cultivator has to wait for four to four and half mouths to have sufficient number of earthworms to be effective.

But with Rishi-Krishi technique the same result is obtained almost instantly and within 8 to 10 days the earthworms are seen in the soil all over the farm. Further, this is achieved without procuring anything from the market. No earthworm culture and no earthworm casting needs to be purchased.


How does this happen? The living organisms in the soil which disappear or go into hiding after addition of chemical fertilizers, reappear to do their work after the Angara-Amrutpani treatment. And earthworm is the chief operator of the nature's microbe factory which organizes preparation of suitable food at proper time for the individual crops. Also, the earthworm never works in isolation. The army of working soil organisms proliferaters in its proximity. Not only this, it ensures the growth of specific organisms needed for food and growth by the individual plants in the field. I have, therefore, designated it as the managing director (M.D.) of the soil factory.

All the trials carried out by me using the Rishi-Krishi technique have been 100% successful. It has been used from Nagpur to Goa and from Pune to Ramdurg. Here the soils were of different types and the crops were also different. And everywhere the same tools, namely the Angara and Amrutpani ensured full success.

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I would admit that there have been partial failures and that too in my own district. But the failures are not attributable to Angara and Amrutpani (my technique). The concerned farmers did not follw my method as specified but used their own modifications and hence the results were different. All the same, if anybody is to be blamed for these lapses, it's me. I fall short of the expectations of the farmers since I am unable to visit them as needed. In the past, I used to visit and guide the client farmers in the first year of the cultivation. Unfortunately, this is no longer feasible. So I have prepared a three hour video cassette explaining Rishi- Krishi in full detail, which is loaned to the farmers.


The technique involving Angara, Amrutpani, seed dressing and mulch results in improved crop yields not only for good and medium soils but for low grade, salty and non-productive soils as well. Cultivation at a farm with briny well water and saline soil has also given satisfactory yields. Here Amrutpani was used two – three times and a higher quantity of Angara was incorporated.

The agricultural experts assert that excessive use of water by the farmer leads to poor drainage and water stagnation in the field which is the reason for the soil turning saline.They advise trenching to leach out the salts. My advise is just the opposite: Increase the irrigation water to get rid of the salts from the soil which is based on the a fact that water stagnates because the soil is saline. The soil does not turn saline due o stagnation of water. Therefor, trenching and washing will never be a lasting solution for rejuvenating the salty soils.

I quote some examples wherein the farmers who were unsuccessful in improving their saline lands by the conventional methods, turned to my technique and achieved very good results. Please visit the testimonials page for the same.

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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