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G. V. Ramanjaneyulu

Executive Director

Centre for Sustainable Agriculture

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Centre for Sustainable Agriculture

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

Secunderabad, Telangana,500017

India

Company Description

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 estab...more

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APMAS 10 Years

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


India's_bio_diesel_dream_Great_Jatropha_Scam_in_offing_HNF_Editorial_010_090023 / www.hotnhitnews.com / Issue based News Portal from HNF, Bhubaneswar, Orissa

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My colleague, Dr G V Ramanjaneyulu of the Centre for Sustainable Agriculture, also based in Hyderabad, accompanied me. Talking to scientists, what we learnt was simply shocking.
They were researching on the potential of jatropha for a number of years, but had for some 6-7 years now abandoned the research project that gradually moved towards the undesiredconclusion - Jatropha was not a plant suitable for India. And yet, the Planning Commission launched a kind of a national mission on jatropha. I am not the least surprised knowing what India's Planning Commission is capable of doing. But what certainly I don't understand is what refrained the enlightened members of the Planning Commission to talk to DOR scientists before accepting the industry claims. If I and Dr Ramanjaneyulu could talk to the scientists concerned to know about its potential, why couldn't these members do the same?


Organic cultivation: learning from the Enabavi example - 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.
The confidence in using non chemical approaches, helped farmers to move away from chemical fertilizers towards sustainable solutions," says Dr. Ramanjaneyulu. 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 Dr. G. V. Ramanjaneyulu


Latest at CSA - Page 2 - 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.
The confidence in using non chemical approaches, helped farmers to move away from chemical fertilizers towards sustainable solutions," says Dr. Ramanjaneyulu. 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 G.V. Ramanjaneyulu,M.S. Chari, T.A.V.S. Raghunath, Zakir Hussain and Kavitha Kuruganti Dr. G. V. Ramanjaneyulu


BT Cotton Ineffective - AhimsaaResearchFoundation.org

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The Bollgard II has no additional toxin to combat pink bollworm, says G.V. Ramanjaneyulu of the Centre for Sustainable Agriculture.
It is simply that as a newer product, Bollgard II will take longer for the pest to develop resistance. Anyway, the Bt toxin is active only for 90 days, while pink bollworm is a late season pest, he adds. Indian farmers with small holdings cannot be expected to give up large parts of their land for nonproductive "refuges," added Dr.Ramanjaneyulu.


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