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Centre for Sustainable Agriculture

12-13-445, Street no-1, Tarnaka

Secunderabad, Telangana 500017

India

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Centre for Sustainable Agriculture (CSA) is an independent resource organization engaged in establishing models of sustainableagriculture working in partnership with NGOs and Community Based Organizations by scaling up the successes and engaging with the ... more

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Bio Rational Agri Inputs

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If there is ample evidence to suggest that the rampant use of pesticides is harmful, then why is this being allowed to continue? “Poor awareness among farmers and the lackadaisical approach of the government,� says G.V. Ramanjaneyulu, executive director of the Hyderabad-based Centre for Sustainable Agriculture. He adds: “Many pesticides that are banned globally, like mancozeb, DDT and captan, are still being used in India because of ineffective implementation of regulations.

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Trust is key,� says Ramanjaneyulu.
Across India, especially in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune, small organic-food outlets and farmers’ markets are mushrooming. “Yes, their products are 10-15% costlier than the commonly available counterparts because of the storage cost, but at least what you get is not contaminated,� says Ramanjaneyulu. “Chemicals used in farming have a short life, while the organic approach is for the long haul. The government needs to improve the regulatory system and make efforts to popularize the non-chemical approach,� he adds.


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Dr. G. V. Ramanjaneyulu,Executive Director, Centre for Sustainable Agriculture, 12-13-445, Street no-1, Tarnaka, Secunderabad-500 017


"Poor awareness among farmers and the ...

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"Poor awareness among farmers and the lackadaisical approach of the government," says G.V. Ramanjaneyulu, executive director of the Hyderabad-based Centre for Sustainable Agriculture. He adds: "Many pesticides that are banned globally, like mancozeb, DDT and captan, are still being used in India because of ineffective implementation of regulations.

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Trust is key," says Ramanjaneyulu.
Across India, especially in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune, small organic-food outlets and farmers' markets are mushrooming. "Yes, their products are 10-15% costlier than the commonly available counterparts because of the storage cost, but at least what you get is not contaminated," says Ramanjaneyulu. "Chemicals used in farming have a short life, while the organic approach is for the long haul. The government needs to improve the regulatory system and make efforts to popularize the non-chemical approach," he adds.


While Sikkim deserves to be ...

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While Sikkim deserves to be commended for deciding to go organic, the effort hasn't paid much attention to production side of things, says Dr. G. V. Ramanjaneyulu, agricultural scientist with the Hyderabad-based Centre for Sustainable Agriculture,

Sikkim, he points out, has long been a food-deficient state. Existing food production there meets only 30 percent of the local population's dietary needs.
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Ramanjaneyulu says he is "intrigued" by the fact that the farmers do not seem to be at the center-stage of Sikkim's organic mission. "It simply sounds like the government's program. We have seen what happened in the state of Uttrakhand," he says, referring to another Himalayan state to the northwest of Sikkim, where too, it was the government that set a five-year target on organic farming - a top down agenda that didn't consider the farmers' perspective and eventually failed to meet its time target.
He was critical of the heavy expenditure involved in the certification process for farmers when it was not known whether it is benefiting the farmers. "It is the certification agencies and the organic-wholesalers who are getting benefited [from the transition to organic] and nobody knows about the price realization for farmers," he says.
Ramanjaneyulu also pointed out that Sikkim's organic mission does not talk about the integration of non-timber forest produce of the highly forested Sikkim state with its organic production goals. "For example, rather than shifting or importing resources from other states, Sikkim can easily use its locally available biomass for compost," he says.


News – Centre for Sustainable Agriculture

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There is strong social regulation within the community towards organic cultivation to ensure that there are no 'erring farmers" says Dr. G. V. Ramanjaneyulu, Executive Director, Centre for Sustainable Agriculture, Secunderabad.

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The confidence in using non chemical approaches, helped farmers to move away from chemical fertilizers towards sustainable solutions," says Dr. Ramanjaneyulu.
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They also have lessons to share on social regulation, learning from each other, the benefits of conviction born out of experience and most importantly, the way out of agricultural distress by taking control over one's own farming," adds Dr. Ramanjaneyulu.
To visit and learn more on Enabavi interested readers can contact Dr. G. V. Ramanjaneyulu, Executive Director, Centre for Sustainable Agriculture, 12-13-445, Street no-1, TarnakaSecunderabad-500 017, ph. 09000699702, email: ramoo.csa@gmail.com, facebook: ramoo.agripage, website: www.krishi.tv

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