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From birth to death man has to eat good food, now a days organic farming is good health trend following, we are doing organic farming and consultancy.

From birth to death man has to eat good food, now a days organic farming is good health trend following, we are doing organic farming and consultancy.

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  • BY Vijay Antony Organic Private Limited Dr.M.VIJAY ANTONYPRODUCTION OF ORGANIC HORTICULTUREVEGETABLES AND FRUITS IN LARGE SCALE
  • PROJECT IDEA NOTE (PIN)WE ARE IN PROCESS OF PRODUCING HIGH QUALITY ORGANIC PRODUCTS IN LARGE SCALE ABOUT 200 ACRES OF ORGANIC FARMING• Organic Vegetables,• Organic Fruits,• Softwood trees for paper production,• Timber value trees,• Compost production,• Medicinal plants,• Quail farming and sheep farming etc VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • ORGANIC FARMING CROP VARIETIES • HORTICULTURE CROPS • TIMBER TREES • FRUITS TREES • BRINJAL • NEEM TREE • AMLA • LADIES FINGER • SOUDAL • GUAVA • POTATO • PONGAMIA GLABRA • POMEGRANATE • PEES • BADAM • BANANA • BEENS • TEAK • CLUSTERED APPLE • CARROT • HYBRID NEEM • PAPAYA • BJERKIN • CASURINA • MORINGA • RIBBED GOURD • BAMBOO • CITRUS • BITTER GOURD • • COCOA • SNAKE GOURD • ASH GOURD • MEDICINAL PLANTS • CUCUMBER • MINT • ALOEVERA • CURRY LEAVES • VINCA ROSEA • CORIANDER • MEHINDI • CHOU CHOU • TULSI • CORN • SWEET CORN • VANILLA • SWEET BELL PEPPER • CHILI • CHILI (BAJI) • GREENS VARIETIES • PUMPKIN • WATERMELONMAIN CROP – MANGO, BANANA, LIME, GUAVA, PAPAYA, POMEGRANATE, CORNINTER CROP - TOMATO, BRINJAL, PAPRIKA, PUMPKIN, SNAKE GOURD, RIBBED GOURD, BITTER GOURD, BOTTLE GOURD, ASH GOURD, CUCUMBER, & WATERMELON VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • MAIN CROPS VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • MAIN CROPS VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • INTER CROPS VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • INTER CROPS VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • INTER CROPS VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • OTHER PRODUCTS LIKEQUAIL, GOAT, EDIBLE MUSHOOM, BIOFERTILIZER, BIOCONTROL, BIOPEST, COMPOST, etc. VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • BASIC CONCEPT OF ORGANIC FARMING• Building up the biological fertility of the soil so that the crops take the nutrients they need from the steady turnover within the soil nutrients produced in this way are released in harmony with the needs of the plants.• Control of pests, diseases, and weeds is achieved by ecological balance within the system and by the use of bio-pesticides and various cultural techniques such as crop rotation, mixed cropping, and cultivation.• Organic farmers recycle all wastes and manures within a farm but the export of the products from the farm results in a steady drain of nutrients.• In a situation, where conservation of energy and resources is considered to be important, community or country would make every effort to recycles to all urban and industrial wastes back to agriculture and thus the system would be only be a small inputs of new resources to “top up” soil fertility. VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • LATENT NEEDS OF ORGANIC FARMING OF VEGETABLE CROPS IN INDIA Most of the vegetable crops are eaten fresh or used for health care; hence any contamination (chemical residue) may lead to various kinds of health hazards In India majority of the vegetable growers are poor, small and marginal farmers Decrease in land productivity due to ever increasing use of chemical fertilizers There are not many scientific breakthroughs in improving quality and production of vegetable crops The ever-increasing cost of production in chemical farming including investments in manufacturing fertilizers, pesticides, irrigation etc despite massive government subsidies is a major cause of concern, which is very low in organic farming. High environment pollution Due to globalisation, which affects every industry, there is needed to be competent and compete with the best in the World urges us to give the adequate weighages to Organic Farming of vegetable crops Organic Farming of vegetable crops generates income through International exports or by saving production costs. Organic Farming also able to secure a place of India on International markets by producing high value vegetable crops. Excessive use of chemical fertilizers as well as pesticides not only increases the cost of production but also poses threat to the environment quality, ecological stability and sustainability of production. We have gained quantity but at expense of quality. In developing countries like India, especially in low input traditional system, properly managed organic farming system can increase the crop productivity and restore the natural base. The decision to go for Organic Farming seems partly financial, partly out of concern for the environment and partly because it made sense to threat the land and animal as well without chemicals. VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • WHY TOTAL ADOPTION OF ORGANIC FARMING OF VEGETABLE CROPS IS NOT FEASIBLE/ VIABLE IN INDIA?THOUGH ORGANIC FARMING IS ONE OF THE BEST APPROACH TO GET SUSTAINABILITY IN THE CROP PRODUCTION, STILL SOME CONSTRAINTS ARE THERE IN ADOPTION OF ORGANIC FARMING IN FULL FLEDGE UNDER INDIAN CONDITIONS. IT IS BECAUSE OF FOLLOWING REASONS: Organic farming is highly knowledge intensive farming. So one has to keep pace with the dynamics of nature to increase the biological productivity of the soil. There is no organized extension machinery to disseminate the proven technologies and in many case the basic information itself is not available. Reduction of yield in initial few years of conversion from pure chemical farming to organic farming, once the farmers switch over to Organic Farming. Organic inputs may be difficult to generate on the farm. The organic produce may not find an early market as most of the vegetables are perishable in nature Shifting to pure organic farming is a very time consuming and laborious methods. Number of cattle households decreased gradually day by day, causing scarcity of FYM. Nutrient content is very low in organic sources. Varied nutrient content in organic materials, so it becomes difficult to farmers to calculate the actual amount of organic materials to be added in soil. Collection and processing handling from wastes are most complicated. Cattle dung, urine and farm wastes are to handle manually. VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • WHY TOTAL ADOPTION OF ORGANIC FARMING OF VEGETABLE CROPS IS NOT FEASIBLE/ VIABLE IN INDIA? The consumer need protection, so the Certification and Inspection programme have to be Nationwide. Exporting of organic produce calls for adhering to predetermined organic standards, which should be confirmed to International Market demand also. There is lacking of adequate research & development backup as well as training in Organic Farming in India. There is problem in availability, transportation, and application of biological materials to meet the nutrient demand of the crops. Biological pest control is very knowledge intensive. Green manuring has also become uncommon as the farmers are more interested to grow as many crops of economic importance as possible and it has become difficult to have green manure crops in the crop sequences. Green leaf manuring also has become limit due to over exploitation of shrubs and trees. Lack of package of practices involving Organic-farming practices along with cost benefit ratio of different crops. Lack of farmer’s adoption without any financial help from government or other development agencies because of chances of yield loss in initial years of adoption. VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • PRESENT MARKET RATE (Rs/Kg) 8 - APRIL 2011 Rs/Kg Rs/Kg1 MANGO 35 1 TOMATO 10 2 BRINJAL 142 BANANA 20 3 BRINJAL - Hyb 14 4 PAPRIKA 303 LIME 80 5 PUMPKIN 28 6 SNAKE GOURD 154 GUAVA 18 7 RIBBED GOURD 155 SAPOTA 60 8 BOTTLE GOURD 15 9 BITTER GOURD 306 PAPAYA 22 10 BITTER GOURD - Hyb 30 11 ASH GOURD 257 POMEGRANET 140 12 CUCUMBER 258 CORN 30 13 WATERMELON 10 If we calculate our organic vegetables and fruits for present market value It will be 14 crores when the product reaches consumer hand it will be 6 – 7 crores when its in whole sale market VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • INCOME GENERATED FROM 300 ACRES OF LAND BY BOTH MAIN AND INTER CROP NO OF YIELD/ACRE/ TENTATIVE CROPS YEILD/ HARVEST YEAR RATE PRICE INCOME NO OF ACRES S.No TOTAL CULTIVATION CULTIVATIO ACRE PER YEAR (TONES) Rs/TONES PER/Kg PER ACRE N 1 MANGO 3.24 1 3.24 60000 60 194332 20 3886640MAIN CROP 2 BANANA - Poovan 16.19 1 16.19 20000 20 323887 40 12955466 3 LIME 10.12 1 10.12 200000 200 2024291 40 80971660 4 GUAVA 10.12 1 10.12 20000 20 202429 40 8097166 5 SAPOTA 10.12 1 10.12 25000 25 253036 30 7591093 6 PAPAYA 40.49 1 40.49 10000 10 404858 30 12145749 7 POMEGRANET 10.12 1 10.12 100000 100 1012146 50 50607287 8 CORN - Green 12.96 3 38.87 16000 16 621862 50 31093117 1 TOMATO 16.19 3 48.58 16000 16 777328 30 23319838 2 BRINJAL 10.12 3 30.36 10000 10 303644 25 7591093 3 BRINJAL - H 18.22 2 36.44 22000 22 801619 25 20040486 4 PAPRIKA 14.17 1 14.17 35000 35 495951 20 9919028 5 PUMPKIN 8.10 1 8.10 10000 10 80972 30 2429150INTER CROP 6 SNAKE GOURD 7.29 1 7.29 15000 15 109312 10 1093117 7 RIBBED GOURD 6.07 1 6.07 18000 18 109312 20 2186235 8 BOTTLE GOURD 8.10 1 8.10 6000 6 48583 10 485830 9 BITTER GOURD 5.67 1 5.67 25000 25 141700 20 2834008 10 BITTER GOURD H 16.19 1 16.19 30000 30 485830 20 9716599 11 ASH GOURD 8.10 1 8.10 10000 10 80972 20 1619433 12 CUCUMBER 3.24 1 3.24 12000 12 38866 20 777328 13 WATERMELON 10.12 1 10.12 15000 15 151822 50 7591093 341.70 600 296951417 Updated 14/6/2012 data from government website Reference: http://agmarknet.nic.in/ VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • PROJECT FINANCIAL STATUS EXPENCE Particulars 1 year 2 year 3 year 4 year 5 year300 ACRES AND 4,00,000/acre price 120000000Tractor 2 300000 200000 200000 200000 200000Building 4500000 4500000Drip 30000 X 300acres 9000000Water tank 200000 200000Polyhouse 700000 700000Green house 400000 400000Running capital 10000000 10000000 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000Steel tent gourds 10000000Machineries 10000000 10000000Seeds 2500000 2500000 1500000 1500000 75000 75000Transport vehicle 2000000Fuel 5000000Salary 4500000 2300000 2000000 2000000 2000000Organic Fertilizer & farm 20900000 TOTAL 200000000 5000000 4700000 3275000 3275000 Rupees in lakh 2000 50 30 30 30 VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • ISSUES AND STRATEGIES OF ORGANIC VEGETABLE FARMING IN INDIAThe future success of organic vegetable production would largely depend upon size of the farm and supplies of non-chemical inputs, which have to be thoroughly backed up by well proven package of practices addressing to the objectives of producing vegetable organically. These organic farming practices have to be turn to change in traditional concept of farming. The following issues and their viable strategies are suggested to make organic vegetable production more vibrant, dynamic, and responsive to changing consumer demand both locally and globally as well.The research for Organic farming in vegetable crops must be on a system basis. It must be integrated one and must not be looking at in isolation.The task of research would be to produce technologies, which can not only increase more food but also more jobs and more incomes. That means, research must aim at achieving triple goal of more job, more incomes and more food.The research for organic farming should be focused on developing technologies which may attract the vegetable growers to adopt them, keeping in view of the requirements of small holdings of resource poor small and marginal farmersThe research should be in a holistic manner with long-term evaluation of different organic substratesIdentification of suitable cover crop and smother crop in a given cropping systemThere should be strategy for monitoring of changes in groundwater quality with references to heavy metal toxicity, besides nitrate pollution.Identification of soil improving crops under major agro-climatic zoneEvaluation of soil conservation practices of disease management, change in the habitat for beneficial insects and suitability of trap crops in organic culture and identification of nematode repellant cover crops especially from various vegetable crops should be given due emphasis VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • ISSUES AND STRATEGIES OF ORGANIC VEGETABLE FARMING IN INDIADevelopment of techniques for modifying fertilizer recommendations for new crop rotations using different cover crops and full proof technology for transformation of traditionally used chemicals inputs farm into a successful organic farm.Developing suitable varieties or hybrids for organic cultivation.Suitable packages of technologies are to be developed for organically grown vegetables.Large scale multiplication of bio-fertilizers, vermicompost, bio-control agents and distribution to the farmers at reasonable rates.There should be proper research efforts for production and commercialization of biopesticides and extension services to educate the farmers to use them.Organic foods are proved superior in terms of health and safety, but there is no scientific evidence to prove their superiority in terms of taste and nutrition, as most of the studies are often inconclusive. Therefore, strategy should be made for proper evaluation of quality parameters and packaging of organic foods.Efforts should be made to select suitable cropping systems or more precisely, farming systems specific to those agro climatic zones having higher productivity under Organic Farming. The Government should provide them adequate infrastructure facilities to make the Organic Farming, a profitable enterprise.There is need for marketing research for organically produce for export potential. There should be proper planning for marketing of organically grown fruits, vegetables and food grains that should help farmers to get a better price for their produce. This, in turn, should motivate them to invest more in Organic Farming.There should be incentives to the growers who produce organic vegetables.Extension scientists must develop strategy to create interest in small and marginal farmers to adopt organic farming technologies for growing vegetable crops. VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • REASON FOR FAILURE OF AGRICULTURE IN INDIAImbalance in productionDependency on synthetic chemical fertilizersIncrease in secondary & micronutrient deficienciesIncrease in pesticide useUnscientific water management and distributionReduction in productivityReduction in quality of the produceExtinction of gene poolEnvironmental pollutionImbalance in social and economic status VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • REASON FOR SURE SUCCESS OF MY AGRICULTURE PROJECT USE OF MODERN EQUIPMENTS. LARGE SCALE OF LAND (200 ACRES). REGULARISED WATER MANAGEMENT USING DRIP IRRIGATION AND COMPUTERISED. USE OF HIGH YIELDING CROP VARIETIES. WELL TRAINED PERSON FOR QUALITY CONTROL, AND PEST, INSECT MANAGEMENT. CULTIVATION OF ORGANIC FARM IN BY ECOFRIENDLY. GOOD INTEGRATED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT (INM) WILL BE MAINTAINED. GOOD INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT” (IPM) WILL BE MAINTAINED. EFFECTIVE IN WASTE MANAGEMENT REUSE TO USEFUL FORM HAVING SEPARATE R&D LAB FOR PEST & INSECT MANAGEMENT FOR EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF DISEASE. RESEARCH IN ORGANIC FARMING WILL BE IN MY COMPANY. REDUCE OF PRODUCTION OF BACTERIAL CULTURE BY USING MACHINERIES AND CHEMICALS. I REPLACE WITH CATTLES AND POULTRY. MY ORGANIC FARMING PROJECT WILL OBEY ALL RULES AND REGULATION OF INDIAN NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS. GERMPLASAM WILL MAINTAIN IN OUR R&D LAB TO CONTROL THE HIGHEST YIELD AND HIGH NUTRITION OF ALL CROPS IN OUR ORGANIC FARMING. COMPANY WILL GET ALL ORGANIC CERTIFIED AND FARM TRADING TO ABORAD APEDA, NPOP, IFOAM NAPP, AEZ, NSOP & JAS ETC. LASTLY THE DIRECTOR OF SEAHORSE TECHNOLOGY – DR.M.VIJAY ANTONY HAVING ENOUGH KNOWLEDGE IN ORGANIC VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED FARMING, BIODIESEL , MEDICINAL PLANTS AND DRUG PRODUCTION.
  • WE CAN AVAIL BACK END SUBSIDIARIES & LOAN FROM NATIONAL HORTICULTURE BOARD ETC Subsidiary 1. Polyhouse - 50 % 2. Building - 25 % 3. Bore well - 25 % 4. Tractor - 15 % 5. Cold Storage - 50 % 6. Food Processing - 25 % 7. Sheep farming - Avail loan 8. Biofertilizer plant - 25 – 40 % 9. Drip irrigation - 30 % 10. Trading vegetables - Avail loan 11. Poultry Farming - Avail loan 12. Compost production - Avail loan 13. Aqua Culture - Avail loan 13. Cultivation of medicinal - Avail loan and subsidiary Plants and Drug Production VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS• OFFICE• HORTICULTURE CROPS PRODUCTING AND HARVESTING• HORTICULTURE CROPS PEST AND QUALITY CONTROL• GOODS PACKING AND LOADING• TRADING• RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT• MICROBIOLOGY LAB• INOCULATION CHAMBER• INCUBATION ROOM.• IRRIGATION SYSTEMS (DRIP)• TISSUE CULTURE AND INCUBATION ROOM• LARGE SCALE PRODUCTION OF BIOFERTILIZER, BIOPEST, BIO CONTROL• LARGE SCALE PRODUCTION OF COMPOST• AGRI ORIENTED DATABASE MANAGEMENT AND CONSULTANCY• AQUA CULTURE• POULTRIES - QUAIL FARMING• SHEEP FARMING• BIOMASS PRODUCTION AND MEDICINAL PLANTS AND DRUGS PRODUCTION VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITED
  • REFERENCE THANKING YOUwww.agmarknet.nic.inwww.tnau.ac.inwww.apeda.comwww.nhb.gov.inwww.nafed-india.comwww.fmc.gov.inwww.agroindia.co.inhttp://indg.in/india/market_informationPROJECT IDEA NOTE WAS PREPARED BYDr. M. Vijay Antony,VIJAY ANTONY ORGANIC PRIVATE LIMITEDMobile : 09442035591Email : funantony@yahoo.com, shtechnologist@gmail.comWebsite : www.organicfarmingv.webs.com www.online.consultancy.webs.com