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Organic farm at The Dune

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  • 1. Dune Organic Farm Annadana Soil & Seed Savers Managed by
  • 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. Organic Farm Sea food bar Restaurant Bay of Bengal
  • 4. Sustainable Organic Farm Over-view
  • 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. 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.
    • 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. Soil Fertility Management 1. Green Manure(GM) 2. Compost 3. Bio-Charcoal 5. Organic Growth Promoter 4. Botanical cakes 7. Crop rotation 6. Mulching
  • 9. Green manuring
    • 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. 5 Days after sowing 15 Days after sowing 35 Days after sowing 25 Days after sowing
  • 11. 45 Days after sowing Green manure incorporation 10 Days after GM incorporation OGP spraying
  • 12. 2. Garden land Green manuring technique Green manure sowing 5 Days after sowing 25 Days after sowing 15 Days after sowing
  • 13. GM incorporation OGP application 35 Days after sowing Covering GM with soil for decomposition and soil fertilization
  • 14. Compost & Composting Green layer - weeds Dry layer – Coir pith OGP inoculation Botanical cake application Composting is the recycling of farm residues into organic fertilizers
  • 15. Cow dung layer ¼ built compost pile Fully built compost pile ½ built compost pile
  • 16. Final layer - Covering compost pile by soil Fully built compost pile Ready compost after 3 month or 90 days after 2 turning
  • 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. Botanical cakes Pongam cakes Neem cake Oil cakes residues possess natural bio pesticides property
  • 19. Organic Growth Promoters Panchagavya Efficient micro-organism OGP are natural farm preparation witch boost plant immunity and productivity
  • 20. Amirthakaraisal Fish meal extract
  • 21. Mulching Mulching conserve moisture and reduce extreme temperature
  • 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. Paddy seed for sowing Sowing in the nursery bed Bacterial bio-fertilizer seed treatment Covering the seed with compost
  • 24. Soil & Seed Savers   Annadana Irrigate the nursery 10 days after sowing Germination after 7 days 15 -18 days seedling ready for transplanting
  • 25. Single seedling transplanting at 30 x 30 cm spacing per hill 10 days after transplanting 20 days after transplanting
  • 26. Vegetative stage
  • 27. Tillering and flowering stage
  • 28. Panicle initiation and maturity stage
  • 29. Grain maturation and harvesting
  • 30.
    • Groundnut / Peanut
    • Dry land crop, cultivated from D ecember 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. Shade dry the seeds before sowing Peanut seeds sowing Germinated peanut seeds
  • 32. Vegetative stage Reproductive stage
  • 33. Pod maturity stage Peanut harvesting
  • 34. Soil & Seed Savers   Pod separation and drying stage
  • 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. Covering the seeds by compost Ragi seed germination Watering the nursery
  • 37. Ragi seedling transplanting Vegetative stage Transplanted main field Reproductive stage
  • 38. Ragi harvesting Harvested ragi and grain separation
  • 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. Vegetative stage Reproductive stage
  • 41. Harvesting Thrashing and seed separation
  • 42. Garden land - Vegetables Nursery Preparation and Seed Sowing
  • 43. Nursery irrigation and aftercare protection
  • 44. Germinated seeds in the nursery beds
  • 45. Direct sowing, irrigation and germinated seeds
  • 46. Soil & Seed Savers   Germinated corn, cucumuber, bhendi and gourds
  • 47. Bio-diversity of tomatoes
  • 48. Bio-diversity of tomatoes
  • 49. Bio-diversity of tomatoes
  • 50. Bio-diversity of capsicum
  • 51. Soil & Seed Savers   Bio-diversity of capsicum
  • 52. Soil & Seed Savers   Bio-diversity of brinjal
  • 53. Bio-diversity of bhendi / okra
  • 54. Soil & Seed Savers   Bio-diversity of watermelon
  • 55. Bio-diversity of lettuces
  • 56. Bio-diversity of lettuces
  • 57. Bio-diversity of sweet corn
  • 58. Bio-diversity of sweet and popcorn
  • 59. Bio-diversity of long cow pea
  • 60. Bio-diversity of Amaranth
  • 61. Bio-diversity of bitter gourd
  • 62. Bio-diversity of bottle gourd & snake gourd
  • 63. Bio-diversity of radish
  • 64. Bio-diversity of basil
  • 65. Bio-diversity of squash and pumpkin
  • 66. Bio-diversity of cucumber
  • 67. Soil & Seed Savers   Bio-diversity of muskmelon
  • 68. Fruit crops Banana
  • 69. Pineapple
  • 70. Soil & Seed Savers   Papaya
  • 71. Cow grass
  • 72. Soil & Seed Savers   Cow grass
  • 73. Vermi Compost
  • 74. Vermi Compost
  • 75. Soil & Seed Savers   Vermi Compost
  • 76. Milking Cow
  • 77. Poultry – Layer chicken
  • 78. Duck & Rabbit rearing
  • 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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