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FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC FARMING IN INDIA

    2 Author(s):  MRS.PRIYANKA KHANZODE DARVEKAR,DR. AMARESHA.N

Vol -  11, Issue- 10 ,         Page(s) : 17 - 26  (2020 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

Green revolution(1958) brought heavy use of chemical fertilizers to increase the productivity of land throughout the country thus converting soil, water and land poisonous. Excessive and inappropriate use of fertilizers and pesticides polluted waterways and killed beneficial insects and wild life. It has also caused over use of soil and rapidly depleted its nutrients. The rampant irrigation practices led to eventual degradation of soil. In various parts of country farmers are forced to leave farming practice and adopt some other work for livelihood due to decrease in underwater level( Natya boppan,2016). These problems were aggravated due to absence of training to use modern technology and vast illiteracy leading to excessive use of chemicals. This has paved the way for organic farming in the country. Organic farming refers to an eco friendly and environment friendly way of farming. It promotes sustainability, ecological balance and ensued healthy human anatomy. (Dr. Thippeswamy 2013). Organic agriculture is a unique production system which promotes and enhances ecosystem, health, including biodiversity, biological cycles and soil biological activity, which is accompanied by using on farm agronomic, agricultural and mechanical methods in exclusion of all synthetic off farm inputs.-FAO(Food and Agricultural Organisation)

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