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How to protect plants in the rainy season?
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How to protect plants in the rainy season?

People and plants both like the monsoon (rainy season). Monsoon season is known to alter different emotions in people. It is also the most fantastic time to enjoy the gorgeous colors in the garden, balcony, and so on. The Monsoon season is a happy time of year for gardeners who like seeing their plants develop...

September 23, 2022September 23, 2022by In Blog
Tips to successfully manage and grow a dairy farm
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Tips to successfully manage and grow a dairy farm

Dairy farming is becoming increasingly popular among farmers because of rising public knowledge. Most of them inherit the property from their parents or grandparents. No matter what your educational background or work history is, there are numerous factors to think about entering into dairy business and expanding it to turn into a profitable venture. This...

September 19, 2022September 19, 2022by In Blog
Top Gardening tips for this Monsoon
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Top Gardening tips for this Monsoon

Everyone in India eagerly awaits the monsoon season, which begins in late June. The cloudy sky, the first rain and the smell of moist earth are indescribably pleasant. The cool, moist air of the monsoon pervades the whole area.Long nature showers, a nice wind is a moment to relax for us and is also a...

August 25, 2022August 25, 2022by In Blog
Differences Between Organic and Conventional Farming Methods
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Differences Between Organic and Conventional Farming Methods

India is mostly an agricultural country. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization, agriculture provides a livelihood for 70% of rural households. That is how dependent India is on agriculture. However, the agricultural vocation is highly undervalued here. Majority of us as consumers don’t even know how fruits, vegetables, and grains are developed and how...

August 18, 2022August 18, 2022by In Blog
Guide to produce Vermicompost – Bharatvarsh Nature Farm
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Guide to produce Vermicompost – Bharatvarsh Nature Farm

With the globe becoming more environmentally aware, and everything from agriculture to agriculture and gardening experiencing a significant renaissance, compost reigns supreme. However, you are not required to work alone. With the aid of some wriggly little buddies, you can create a final product that is highly effective and pocket friendly, as well as healthier...

August 11, 2022August 11, 2022by In Blog
Silage fodder and production at Bharatvarsh Nature Farm
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Silage fodder and production at Bharatvarsh Nature Farm

Silage is a form of animal feed utilized by dairy producers worldwide. Silage is given to various livestock, including cows, buffaloes, sheep and goats as an alternate to green fodder. There is the biggest shortage of green fodder, then it is summer time and then in rainy season from July to October months, sufficient amount...

One day Outing at Bharatvarsh Nature Farm
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One day Outing at Bharatvarsh Nature Farm

We all need a getaway from our routine and demanding lives. All we want is some peace and a breath of fresh air. Nature has its unparalleled beauty. It can heal us in ways we may never understand. Nagpur is brimming with beautiful green woods and lovely lakes that are great for a day trip....

Cultivation of organic Cereals and Pulses at Bharatvarsh Nature Farms
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Cultivation of organic Cereals and Pulses at Bharatvarsh Nature Farms

Cereals and pulses are both classified as grains, which are often thought of being hard, dry seeds with modest diameters. The grains are primarily of five types: cereals, pulses, whole grains, pseudo cereals, and oil seeds. The plants that produce grains are also generally referred to as grain crops. First, we’ll look at Cereals. Cereals...

Cow dung-based fertilizers and pesticides for organic farming
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Cow dung-based fertilizers and pesticides for organic farming

Organic farming methods are being encouraged as people have become more environmentally conscious. Extensive use of chemicals in farming not only affects the quality of the product but has negative effects on the environment too. Toxic chemical compounds affect not only the soil quality but the air quality as well. The commercial production generally demands...

Why intercropping is a necessity in organic farming?
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Why intercropping is a necessity in organic farming?

Intercropping is an ancient agricultural method. While it is traditionally used without technical understanding, modern farmers may reap excellent crops with updated scientific knowledge of intercropping, technology advantages, and precision agricultural instruments. Intercropping is done for various reasons, including conserving space and resources, ensuring greater yields in the event of low returns from the primary...