1) City farming
(Agriculture knocking in urban areas).
2) Vertical farming
(Different varities in small scale)
3) Zero energy cool chamber
(Low cost refrigerator)
4) Rain water harvesting
- Variety of tomato and potato in cities.
With venier grafting in small scale.
- Low cost, SmallScale Large Variety
Easily Cultivated,Less Labour
Click icon to add pictureVERTICAL FARMING
§ Farming reduced the need of
§ We can grow cauliflower
§ Natural sunlight can be
augemented with artificial
ZERO ENERGY COOL CHAMBER
-Low energy alternative to store horticulture.
-Retains the freshness of food
-can preserve vegetables and fruits for about a week.
-Can work as a low cost refrigerator.
-Requirements: The lower surface should be always wet.
RAIN WATER CUM HARVEST
Utilisation of rain water For fishes Preventing loss of Water
Sustainable Agri -Horticulture
Efficient use of non –renewable resources
Sustain the quality of life for farmers
PH of water should be 6.5 to 7.5
Contents in manure:
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND
COW DUNG MANURE
Utilisation of dead leaves in making
manures which is pollution free and eco friendly for
Method of growing plants using minerals
Example pitcher cultivation , hydroponic
onions with bibb cultivation and radishes to the left
Click icon to add pictureBiodynamics
to bring life
back into the
§ Emphasizes the use of
manures ,composts and the
use of artificial chemicals on
soil and plant .
• It works from two poles the
cosmic and the earthy.
Six major problems faced by indian
Small and fragmented land holdings
Inadequated irrigation facilities
Depleted soils fertility
Storage of food grains
Experts of Indian agriculture believes that :-
Lack of delivery mechanisms and inadequate
supports of government.
Government failure is a major concern.
At some points we don’t talk how to manage
existing systems like interlinking of rivers,
construction of dams. Although we emphasize
on constructing new dams which is highly
Criticism of the current policies in managing food
Solution of problems :-
Creating agricultural institutions like ATMA, KVK.
Providing facilities to integrate small and poor
There should be institutional innovations like
SHG, farmer club, joint liability groups etc.
Governments can increase public private
partnership in agriculture sector
The critical issue in Indian agriculture are related
to knowledge and infrastructure
We have to become better at managing big
systems to achieve success in an endeavour
Although there is lack of initiatives and
institutions to tackle these issues
Small farmers who are especially vulnerable to
the monsoon should be focussed upon service
like credits should be made flexible
Presented By :-
1) Mukesh kuma
2) Paras thakral
3) Ayush kumar
DIT UNIVERSITY, DEHRADUN
Ref :- Ramkrishan Asharam
Dr. D.k choudhary (prof.)
Dr. Sushil kumar sharma
Mr. Nitin chambyal
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