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Organic manures boost productivity, prevents soil property loss

Choudhury, Sugyan (2016) Organic manures boost productivity, prevents soil property loss. The Pioneer, 5 January 2016, pp. 1-2.

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Summary

A tree is known by its fruits and a man by his achievements. Dr Phalguni Das Biswas is a scientist with a difference as his inventive genius could find its meaningful expression in delivering a quintessential system that provides a healing touch to the prevailing unstable agriculture by restricting productivity depletion, ecosystem pollution and food toxicity. He has published over 40 articles in international journals like Central European Journal of Experimental Biology and The International Journal of Science and Technology.
There is a happy marriage of modern science with his repository wisdom of Vedic philosophy and its logical sublimation. His brain child Inhana Rational Farming (IRF) technology is the only technology in the organic world. More than 30 per cent organic tea production scenario in the country is guided by his magical technology, which has again been validated by the FAO-CFC-TBI project. He throws a gauntlet that his technology could be suitably extended to all the agricultural sectors, and if given a chance, his formula can rejuvenate the entire agricultural vista by translating PM Narendra Modi’s vision of a Second Green Revolution in eastern India. But then what prevents his dreams from turning into a reality? The answer is possibly that in India which is infamous with red-tapism, a messiah scientist of his stature remains unheard.
In an interview to The Pioneer, Dr Das Biswas spoke to Sugyan Choudhery during his recent visit to the OUAT.


EPrint Type:Newspaper or magazine article
Keywords:Organic Farming, Inhana Rational Farming Technology, package of practice, Novcom compost, Orissa Organic
Subjects:"Organics" in general
Crop husbandry
Soil
Environmental aspects
Research affiliation: India
Deposited By: Bera, Dr. Ranjan
ID Code:32298
Deposited On:16 Feb 2018 09:55
Last Modified:16 Feb 2018 09:55
Document Language:English
Status:Published
Refereed:Peer-reviewed and accepted

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