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Organic farm at The Dune

  1. 1. Dune Organic Farm Annadana Soil & Seed Savers Managed by
  2. 2. • The DUNE is an eco-friendly resort , located at 15 km from Pondicherry. • It has a 700 meters sea front exposure to the Bay of Bengal. • It covers over 35 acres of land with 52 aesthetic bungalows, villas and rooms, playground, swimming pool, organic restaurant and sea food bar, open all through the year. • The restaurant and sea food bar serves healthy gourmet fusion food, The in-situ 7 acres Organic farm produce highly nutritious organic fresh vegetables, rice, millets, pulses, fruits and milk . Location
  3. 3. Organic Farm Sea food bar Restaurant Bay of Bengal
  4. 4. Sustainable Organic Farm Over-view
  5. 5. Paddy land Farm shed Waste water system Cow shed (Dairy) Compost yard Vermi-compost yard Vegetable Garden Poultry shed Cow grass Dryland crops Fruit crops Pine apple Banana Coconut intercropping
  6. 6. Crops produced are 1. Wetland - Rice - Green manure - Pulses (Cow pea & Black gram) 2. Dryland - Groundnut ( peanut) - Pearl Millet ( cumbu) - Finger Millet ( Ragi) - Foxtail Millet (Thennai) - Green manure
  7. 7. 3. Garden land - Tomato - Brinjal - Capsicum - Chilli - Squash - Cucumber - Watermelon - Salad - Rukula - Amaranth - Gourds (snake, bitter & bottle) - Carrot - Radish - Corn - Basil - Beans - Bhendi - Flowers - Sunflower - Corriander
  8. 8. Soil Fertility Management 1. Green Manure(GM) 2. Compost 3. Bio-Charcoal 5. Organic Growth Promoter4. Botanical cakes 7. Crop rotation6. Mulching
  9. 9. Green manuring 1. Wet land Green manuring technique. Green manure are grown prior to crop cultivation to enriched the soil. Those plant are plowed into the soil. Daincha seeds Sunhemp seeds Cowpea seeds Daincha Sunhemp Cowpea
  10. 10. 5 Days after sowing 15 Days after sowing 35 Days after sowing25 Days after sowing
  11. 11. 45 Days after sowing Green manure incorporation 10 Days after GM incorporationOGP spraying
  12. 12. 2. Garden land Green manuring technique Green manure sowing 5 Days after sowing 25 Days after sowing15 Days after sowing
  13. 13. GM incorporation OGP application 35 Days after sowing Covering GM with soil for decomposition and soil fertilization
  14. 14. Compost & Composting Green layer - weeds Dry layer – Coir pith OGP inoculationBotanical cake application Composting is the recycling of farm residues into organic fertilizers
  15. 15. Cow dung layer ¼ built compost pile Fully built compost pile½ built compost pile
  16. 16. Final layer - Covering compost pile by soil Fully built compost pile Ready compost after 3 month or 90 days after 2 turning
  17. 17. Bio-Charcoal Bio-charcoal in pieces Soak the bio-charcoal in OGP prior usage Ready bio-charcoal Bio-charcoal used while GM incorporation / pit preparation Charcoal store nutrients and release them slowly as plants need
  18. 18. Botanical cakes Pongam cakes Neem cake Oil cakes residues possess natural bio pesticides property
  19. 19. Organic Growth Promoters Panchagavya OGP are natural farm preparation witch boost plant immunity and productivity
  20. 20. Amirthakaraisal Fish meal extract
  21. 21. Mulching Mulching conserve moisture and reduce extreme temperature
  22. 22. Paddy / Rice •Wetland crop, cultivated in 2 Season •Samba season (Aug to Dec) & Navarai season( Jan to April) •Samba – medium duration crop of 110-120 days •Navarai – Short duration crop of 90-100 days •Seed treatment & seedling dip with free living bacterial bio-fertilizer • System of Rice Intensification(SRI)/ Transplant 16-18 days old seedling •SRI Irrigation, no flooding but alternate wet and dry irrigation until flowering •2 Weeding at 30 and 60 days after transplanting •Basal application of 5-6 ton compost and 40 kg botanical cake for main field preparation & 25 kg botanical cake after weeding. •OGP spraying 2 time as soil application and 4 times as foliar application after transplanting •If recommended bio-plant extract is prepared and applied to control pest and disease.
  23. 23. Paddy seed for sowing Sowing in the nursery bed Bacterial bio-fertilizer seed treatment Covering the seed with compost
  24. 24. Soil & Seed Savers   Annadana Irrigate the nursery 10 days after sowing Germination after 7 days 15 -18 days seedling ready for transplanting
  25. 25. Single seedling transplanting at 30 x 30 cm spacing per hill 10 days after transplanting 20 days after transplanting
  26. 26. Vegetative stage
  27. 27. Tillering and flowering stage
  28. 28. Panicle initiation and maturity stage
  29. 29. Grain maturation and harvesting
  30. 30. Groundnut / Peanut •Dry land crop, cultivated from December to March •Seed treatment with free living bacterial bio-fertilizer •2 Weeding at 30 and 60 days after sowing •Basal application of 5-6 ton compost and 40 kg botanical cake for main field preparation & 25 kg botanical cake after weeding. •OGP spraying 2 time as soil application and 4 times as foliar application after transplanting Gr.nut seed for sowing Bacterial bio-fertilizer seed treatment
  31. 31. Shade dry the seeds before sowing Peanut seeds sowing Germinated peanut seeds
  32. 32. Vegetative stage Reproductive stage
  33. 33. Pod maturity stage Peanut harvesting
  34. 34. Soil & Seed Savers   Pod separation and drying stage
  35. 35. Ragi / Finger millet •Dry land crop, cultivated from November to February and May to August •Cultivated in 2 way: - direct sowing by broadcasting the seeds in rain fed condition and - raised in nursery & transplanted in irrigated conditions. •2 Weeding at 30 and 60 days after sowing or transplanting •Basal application of 5-6 ton compost and 40 kg botanical cake for main field preparation & 25 kg botanical cake after weeding. •OGP spraying 2 time as soil application and 4 times as foliar application after transplanting Ragi seeds for sowing Sowing ragi seeds in the nursery
  36. 36. Covering the seeds by compost Ragi seed germination Watering the nursery
  37. 37. Ragi seedling transplanting Vegetative stage Transplanted main field Reproductive stage
  38. 38. Ragi harvesting Harvested ragi and grain separation
  39. 39. Thennai / Foxtail Millet •Dry land crop, cultivated from November to February and March to June •Cultivated in 2 way: - direct sowing by broadcasting the seeds in rain fed condition and - raised in nursery & transplanted in irrigated conditions. •2 Weeding at 30 and 60 days •Basal application of 5-6 ton compost and 40 kg botanical cake at main field preparation & 25 kg botanical cake after weeding. •OGP : 2 Soil application and 4 foliar spray after transplanting Thennai seeds for sowing Direct sowing/ broadcasting Thennai seeds
  40. 40. Vegetative stage Reproductive stage
  41. 41. Harvesting Thrashing and seed separation
  42. 42. Garden land - Vegetables Nursery Preparation and Seed Sowing
  43. 43. Nursery irrigation and aftercare protection
  44. 44. Germinated seeds in the nursery beds
  45. 45. Direct sowing, irrigation and germinated seeds
  46. 46. Soil & Seed Savers   Germinated corn, cucumuber, bhendi and gourds
  47. 47. Bio-diversity of tomatoes
  48. 48. Bio-diversity of tomatoes
  49. 49. Bio-diversity of tomatoes
  50. 50. Bio-diversity of capsicum
  51. 51. Soil & Seed Savers   Bio-diversity of capsicum
  52. 52. Soil & Seed Savers   Bio-diversity of brinjal
  53. 53. Bio-diversity of bhendi / okra
  54. 54. Soil & Seed Savers   Bio-diversity of watermelon
  55. 55. Bio-diversity of lettuces
  56. 56. Bio-diversity of lettuces
  57. 57. Bio-diversity of sweet corn
  58. 58. Bio-diversity of sweet and popcorn
  59. 59. Bio-diversity of long cow pea
  60. 60. Bio-diversity of Amaranth
  61. 61. Bio-diversity of bitter gourd
  62. 62. Bio-diversity of bottle gourd & snake gourd
  63. 63. Bio-diversity of radish
  64. 64. Bio-diversity of basil
  65. 65. Bio-diversity of squash and pumpkin
  66. 66. Bio-diversity of cucumber
  67. 67. Soil & Seed Savers   Bio-diversity of muskmelon
  68. 68. Fruit crops Banana
  69. 69. Pineapple
  70. 70. Soil & Seed Savers   Papaya
  71. 71. Cow grass
  72. 72. Soil & Seed Savers   Cow grass
  73. 73. Vermi Compost
  74. 74. Vermi Compost
  75. 75. Soil & Seed Savers   Vermi Compost
  76. 76. Milking Cow
  77. 77. Poultry – Layer chicken
  78. 78. Duck & Rabbit rearing
  79. 79. For further enquiries, contact us at : The Dune, Eco Village & Spa, Pudhukuppam, Keelputhupet, (via Pondicherry university), Tamil Nadu - 605014, India. Phone : Ph: (+91) 413 2655751, (+91) 413 3244040, (+91) 9364455440, Fax: (+91) 413 2656351. www.thedunehotel.com For more information on farming log on to our website Annadana Seed Bank, Auroville Botanical Garden Auroville, Villupuram Dist, Tamilnadu – 605101. E-mail : seedbank@annadana.com Phone : 0413 262 2667 www.annadana.com

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