organic farming , soursop

Organic farming has turned out to be the option for me since i found myself spending most of my free time in our kitchen garden. As a kid I remember the joy of finding earthworms and tossing them into flower pots . Our ancestors used organic farming methods to grow their fields and farms. Organic matter like cow dung, dry leaves, ash used to be stocked before monsoon in large quantities for further use.

I attended  workshops and few trainings at the ICAR, Old Goa. Attending these workshops kept the interest alive.Although the knowledge about farming can never be shared in small workshops, they help keep the interest alive. So here I am ready to take a plunge into the soil . You can click to view fruits and vegetables i grow in my kitchen garden.

The choice to go organic was more to utilised the land around where i live and keep the soil clear of weeds. One a serious note, it is always wiser to grow your own food to stay healthy and it also helps to recycle your kitchen waste. It is a win win situation for anyone who would save a few rupees, but the joy of harvesting vegetables and fruits from your own organic kitchen garden is great.


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