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01/10/2023

प्रकृति का सौंदर्य और हमारा इससे जबरदस्त स्वर्ग प्राप्ति का अनुभव होता है। यह दृश्य वास्तव में अनोखा होता है जब है प्रकृति की गोद में होते हैं ,और जब हम इसे अपने पास से देखते हैं, तो हमारा ह्रदय आनंद से भर जाता है। लेकिन इसके बावजूद, हम स्वार्थी क्यों हो जाते हैं? जब हम एकदम शून्य होते हैं तो प्रकृति के प्रति सच्चे होते हैं पर यह सवाल बहुत ही महत्वपूर्ण है और हमें इसके विचार करना चाहिए!

जब हम प्रकृति को देखते हैं, तो हमें वन्दना करने का मन करता है। हर एक पेड़, हर एक पौधा, हर एक फूल, ये सब हमें अपनी अनंत खूबसूरती के साथ प्रबोधित करते हैं। इसके साथ ही, प्रकृति का संगीत और शांति हमारे दिल को सुखद अनुभव कराते हैं। फिर भी, हम समय-समय पर इसके साथ ही हमारे वातावरण को क्षति पहुंचाते हैं।
हमारा विकासमूलक उद्देश्य और व्यक्तिगत स्वार्थ अक्सर हमारे प्राकृतिक संसाधनों को क्षति पहुंचाते हैं। जब हम जंगलों को काटते हैं, नदियों को #प्रदूषण से मिलाते हैं और जीवन को अपनी स्वार्थपरता के लिए खतरे में डालते हैं, तो हम खुद को प्रकृति के साथ करीबी होने का दावा कैसे कर सकते हैं? यही विचार करने योग्य है कि हम क्यों स्वार्थी हो जाते हैं और क्या हम इस पर रोक लगा सकते हैं।

सामाजिक स्तर पर, स्वार्थ की मानसिकता का कारण यह भी हो सकता है कि हमारे समाज में सिद्धांतों की कमी होती है। हमारे समाज में ज़्यादातर समय और मान्यता विकासमूलक और सार्थकता के बजाय धन और समाजिक स्थिति के लिए ही महत्वपूर्ण मानता है। इससे हम स्वार्थपरता की ओर बढ़ते हैं और प्राकृति के साथ अपने संबंधों को नजरअंदाज़ करते हैं।

व्यक्तिगत स्तर पर, हमें अपने व्यय को संज्ञान में लेना और बजट बनाना चाहिए। हमें यह सुनिश्चित करना होगा कि हम अपने आर्थिक संचयन कर रहे हैं और व्यय को सीमित कर रहे हैं, ताकि हम प्रकृति के साथ अधिक समय व्यतीत कर सकें।

सामाजिक स्तर पर, हमें उन संगठनों और गतिविधियों का हिस्सा बनने का प्रयास करना चाहिए जो प्राकृति की सुरक्षा और संरक्षण के प्रति समर्पित हैं। हमें अपने समुदाय के साथ मिलकर प्रकृति के साथ बेहतर संबंध बनाने का प्रयास करना चाहिए और उन्हें जागरूक करने के लिए काम करना चाहिए।

स्वार्थ को रोकने की यह कोशिशें हमें न केवल खुद के लिए बल्कि आने वाली पीढ़ियों के लिए भी अच्छे से करनी चाहिए। हमारा स्वार्थपरता प्रकृति के साथ हमारे बच्चों और प्रजाति के लिए एक महान जोखिम है, और हमें इसका समाधान ढूंढना होगा ताकि हम सभी एक स्वस्थ और सामृद्ध समाज में रह सकें।
प्रकृति का सौंदर्य हमारे जीवन का महत्वपूर्ण हिस्सा है और हमें इसके साथ जुड़कर रहना चाहिए। हमारा स्वार्थपरता यह संबंध कमजोर कर सकता है, लेकिन हम उसे रोक सकते हैं और प्रकृति के साथ अपने संबंध को बेहतर बना सकते हैं। हमें अपने व्यक्तिगत और सामाजिक जीवन में सामाजिक समानता का समर्थन करना चाहिए और सभी को प्रकृति के संरक्षण के महत्व के प्रति जागरूक करना चाहिए। इससे हम सभी के लिए एक सुखमय और स्वस्थ भविष्य का निर्माण हो सकेगा।

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It is with deep sorrow that we reflect on the passing of  Dr. Mankombu Sambasivan Swaminathan at the Age of 98 on 28 Sep...
30/09/2023

It is with deep sorrow that we reflect on the passing of Dr. Mankombu Sambasivan Swaminathan at the Age of 98 on 28 September, a visionary scientist and agricultural leader who played a pivotal role in transforming India's agricultural landscape. Dr. Swaminathan, often referred to as the "Father of the Indian Green Revolution," left us two days ago, leaving behind a legacy that will continue to shape the future of Indian agriculture.

Born on August 7, 1925, in Kumbakonam, Tamil Nadu, Dr. Swaminathan's journey towards becoming a prominent agricultural scientist was marked by dedication and a relentless pursuit of innovation. He completed his education at the Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) and went on to obtain a Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge. It was during these formative years that he developed a deep passion for improving agricultural practices to address the issue of food scarcity in India.

Dr. Swaminathan's groundbreaking work in the field of agriculture began to gain recognition in the 1960s when he initiated a series of research projects aimed at increasing food production. His pioneering research focused on the development and implementation of high-yielding crop varieties, particularly wheat and rice. These varieties, collectively known as "miracle seeds," played a crucial role in increasing crop yields and ensuring food security for millions of Indians.

One of Dr. Swaminathan's most significant contributions was the successful introduction of the semi-dwarf wheat variety, which not only increased yields but also had the advantage of being more resilient to adverse weather conditions. This breakthrough, along with similar advancements in rice cultivation, ushered in the era of the Indian Green Revolution, which dramatically transformed the country's agriculture sector.

Beyond his scientific achievements, Dr. Swaminathan was a tireless advocate for farmers' rights and sustainable agriculture. He believed that the benefits of agricultural innovations should reach the small and marginalized farmers who form the backbone of India's agricultural sector. His efforts led to the establishment of the National Commission on Farmers, which aimed to address the pressing issues faced by Indian farmers, including access to credit, land rights, and modern farming techniques.

Throughout his illustrious career, Dr. Swaminathan received numerous awards and honors, including the Padma Bhushan and the World Food Prize. However, his true measure of success lay in the positive impact his work had on the lives of millions of farmers and the nation's food security.

As we mourn the loss of this agricultural luminary, it is essential to remember that Dr. MS Swaminathan's legacy lives on through the continued efforts to improve Indian agriculture. His vision of sustainable and equitable farming practices remains an inspiration for scientists, policymakers, and farmers alike. The Indian Green Revolution, catalyzed by his work, will forever stand as a testament to his unwavering dedication to the betterment of society.

In these trying times, as we say goodbye to a true hero of Indian agriculture, let us remember and celebrate the life and achievements of Dr. MS Swaminathan. His pioneering spirit and commitment to ensuring food security for all will continue to guide us as we face the challenges of the future, striving for a more prosperous and sustainable agricultural landscape in India.






23/09/2023
It's generally advisable for leaders to consider the broader impact of their decisions, especially in ecologically sensi...
23/08/2023

It's generally advisable for leaders to consider the broader impact of their decisions, especially in ecologically sensitive areas like mountain regions. Prioritizing the ecosystem's health and sustainability can help preserve natural resources for future generations. Blindly pursuing policies without taking into account the potential environmental consequences may lead to negative outcomes in the long run. Balancing development and conservation is crucial for the well-being of both local communities and the environment.

it's important for leaders to consider the potential negative impacts of excessive tourism on mountain regions. While celebrating an increase in tourist numbers, they should also be mindful of the ecological and cultural consequences. Over-tourism can lead to environmental degradation, loss of biodiversity, strain on local resources, and disruption of local communities. A balanced approach that takes into account both economic benefits and long-term sustainability is crucial to ensure the well-being of the mountains and their inhabitants.










Chandrayaan-3 Mission:Jai Hind!
23/08/2023

Chandrayaan-3 Mission:
Jai Hind!

22/08/2023

🌊 Excited to be a part of the ongoing National-level conference hosted by the National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM) in Delhi! 🌍 Attending the 3-day residential training program, "Water and Climate Academy Young Leadership Programme," promises to be an incredible opportunity to delve into crucial discussions about the intersection of water resources and climate challenges.

Looking forward to gaining insights, networking with fellow passionate individuals, and honing my leadership skills in addressing these critical issues. Let's come together to explore innovative solutions and drive positive change for a more sustainable future. 🌱🌏

A big thank you to all the esteemed speakers at the National-level conference hosted by NIDM Delhi! Your insightful contributions and expertise during the "Water and Climate Academy Young Leadership Programme" have been truly inspiring. Your dedication to addressing water and climate challenges is shaping a more sustainable future for us all. Grateful for the knowledge shared and the motivation to make a difference. 🌊🌍
Here i put some glimpse of training.

Anil Kumar Gupta ,"Youth and Water is directly related to each other." in the contest of choosing right path.

Mr Dhruv Verma (Sr Tech Officer Wetlands International South Asia):
discuss about Wetlands Conservation, importance, green india mission,UN-ESCAP,ECO-DPR .

Ashwathy Anand (WRI india) : she shared about her Indo- Australia project journey and many more about water.

Ripin Kalra ( Prof. at University of Westminster) :
Why Urban Ponds and Tanks are critical for resilience?

Jayati Chourey, PhD : about Wetland ecosystem, her case study on Save AVA Mission.

Amarnath Giriraj :
"the role of science and technology in solving water and climate crisis."

Anil Kumar Gupta veena khanduri Ashwathy Anand Ripin Kalra Jayati Chourey, PhD Amarnath Giriraj

Nidm.Quotes NIDM Youth4Water Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Government of India Agriculture India Magazine

















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Soil and water conservationAbstract:Soil and water conservation practices are essential for maintaining soil health, pre...
21/07/2023

Soil and water conservation

Abstract:
Soil and water conservation practices are essential for maintaining soil health, preventing erosion, and promoting sustainable agriculture. This research paper reviews various soil and water conservation strategies, their impact on agricultural productivity, and their role in preserving natural resources. The study highlights the importance of adopting these practices to ensure food security, environmental sustainability, and long-term agricultural viability.

Introduction

Overview of the importance of soil and water conservation in agriculture.
Background information on soil erosion, degradation, and water scarcity issues.
Objectives of the research paper.
Soil Conservation Strategies

Contour Farming: Explanation of the practice and its effectiveness in reducing soil erosion.
Conservation Tillage: Discussion on no-till, reduced tillage, and their impact on soil health and water retention.

Cover Crops: Review of the benefits of cover crops in preventing soil erosion and enhancing soil fertility.

Windbreaks and Shelterbelts: Exploration of how these practices can protect soil from wind erosion.

Water Conservation Strategies

Drip Irrigation: Analysis of the efficiency of drip irrigation in reducing water wastage.
Rainwater Harvesting: Evaluation of rainwater harvesting techniques for water conservation.

Terracing: Examination of the role of terraces in reducing water runoff and soil erosion.

Mulching: Review of the impact of mulching on soil moisture retention and w**d suppression.
Impact on Agricultural Productivity.

Case studies and empirical evidence demonstrating the positive effects of soil and water conservation practices on crop yields.
Comparison of conventional farming methods with conservation-based approaches in terms of productivity.

Environmental Benefits:

Discussion on how soil and water conservation practices contribute to biodiversity preservation.
Examination of the impact on climate change mitigation through improved carbon sequestration.

Economic Considerations:

Cost-benefit analysis of adopting soil and water conservation practices on farms.
Evaluation of government incentives and subsidies for promoting sustainable agriculture.
Challenges and Barriers. Identification of potential obstacles to implementing soil and water conservation practices.
Analysis of socio-economic factors affecting adoption rates.

Policy and Education:

Discussion on the role of government policies and programs in encouraging conservation practices.
Importance of farmer education and awareness campaigns to promote sustainable land management.

Future Directions:

Emerging technologies and innovative approaches in soil and water conservation research.
Recommendations for promoting widespread adoption of conservation practices.

Conclusion:

Summary of key findings and their implications for sustainable agriculture.
Call to action for stakeholders to collaborate in implementing soil and water conservation strategies for a resilient agricultural future.
Keywords: soil conservation, water conservation, sustainable agriculture, soil health, erosion control, water management, agricultural productivity, environmental sustainability, policy, education.
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Water is an indispensable resource that sustains life on Earth. However, with the growing global population and increasi...
15/07/2023

Water is an indispensable resource that sustains life on Earth. However, with the growing global population and increasing demands from various sectors, water scarcity has become a pressing issue. As we look to secure a sustainable future, it is crucial to explore innovative solutions to conserve and optimize water usage. Technology, with its ability to revolutionize various aspects of our lives, presents a promising avenue to address this challenge. In this article, we will explore how technology can help save water and ensure its availability for our upcoming generations.

Smart Irrigation Systems:

Agriculture is a significant consumer of water, and optimizing irrigation practices is vital for conserving this precious resource. Smart irrigation systems utilize sensors, weather data, and automation to optimize water usage in agriculture. These systems monitor soil moisture levels, weather conditions, and crop requirements to deliver the right amount of water at the right time. By reducing water wastage due to over-irrigation, these technologies not only conserve water but also improve crop yields.

Water Leakage Detection:

Leaky pipes and faulty plumbing are common sources of water waste. Advanced technologies like IoT (Internet of Things) and machine learning can be employed to detect and prevent water leakage. Smart sensors can be installed in water supply networks to monitor flow rates and detect leaks in real-time. These systems can automatically shut off the water supply, sending alerts to homeowners or authorities, thereby minimizing water loss and preventing damage.

Greywater Recycling:

Greywater, which refers to wastewater from sources like sinks, showers, and washing machines, can be recycled and reused for non-potable purposes. Technological advancements have made it easier to treat and purify greywater for irrigation, toilet flushing, and other applications. Systems like greywater recycling units and filtration systems can efficiently filter out contaminants, allowing the reuse of water that would otherwise be wasted.

Smart Home Water Management:

Incorporating smart technologies within our homes can help us monitor and reduce water consumption. Smart water meters provide real-time information about water usage, enabling homeowners to identify areas of high consumption and implement water-saving measures. Additionally, smart showerheads, faucets, and toilets equipped with sensors and timers can regulate water flow, minimizing wastage. Smart home devices can also be integrated with mobile apps to provide insights and encourage water-saving behaviors.

Data Analytics for Water Management:

The collection and analysis of data can play a crucial role in water management strategies. Advanced data analytics techniques can help identify patterns, forecast water demand, and optimize water allocation in various sectors. By analyzing historical data, such as rainfall patterns and water consumption trends, authorities can make informed decisions regarding water allocation, pricing, and conservation measures.

The conservation of water resources is of paramount importance for the sustainability of our planet and the well-being of future. generations. As we strive to address the global water crisis, technology emerges as a powerful ally in our quest to save water. From smart irrigation systems to leak detection, greywater recycling, smart home water management, and data analytics, technology offers a range of innovative solutions. By embracing these advancements and fostering a culture of responsible water usage, we can ensure that our upcoming generations inherit a world where water scarcity is not a prevalent threat. Together, let us harness the power of technology to preserve this invaluable resource for a sustainable and prosperous future.
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06/07/2023

Tomato prices have increased in various states of India due to heavy rains and supply disruption. The prices of other vegetables have also increased. Many attribute the sharp rise in prices of the vegetable to heat wave and heavy rains in key tomato-growing regions, as well as supply chain disruptions.

03/07/2023

Cotton farming

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India  and saffron: Beyond the love storySaffron is loved by Indians. Be it our pulaos or curries, a dash of saffron mak...
29/06/2023

India and saffron: Beyond the love story

Saffron is loved by Indians. Be it our pulaos or curries, a dash of saffron makes everything better. However, over the years, saffron has not just limited itself to its cultural significance, but also turned up its volume on trade front. India is the second-largest producer of the golden spice in the world, with 7% of it coming from the country.

Saffron from the plains

The world's most expensive spice is also notoriously tricky to grow. The harvesting process requires equal hardwork. But with new technologies, the harvesting of saffron is moving from the valley of Kashmir to smaller rooms in Haryana, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh.

Who is doing it?
Who is doing it?

As per a report by The Times of India , students, aspiring entrepreneurs and even software engineers who have no experience in farming are now jumping in the fray to grow the 'red gold'.

In Haryana

Two of the early entreprenurs to try 'lab' saffron in a non-traditional region are Haryana-based Naveen and Praveen Sindhu, who previously used to grow medicinal mushrooms. “We started about three to four years ago. It is as technical as cultivating Cordyceps militaris, a fungus species. We do indoor farming with automated devices to control the temperature, humidity and light to grow the flower that yields saffron,” Naveen was quoted as saying by TOI. They harvested about 5kg saffron last year, 70% of which was exported to countries like US, Dubai and Canada.

From Pune, with care

Software engineer Shailesh Modak, who had no experience in farming, is another successful cultivator in the non-hilly region of Pune. “The corms need to be constantly monitored as the weather conditions are critical. The corms or bulbs are planted in late June or early July and they bear flowers by October or early November,” said the owner of 365Dfarms, while talking about the challenges of growing the flower.

27-year high

Data from the agriculture department shows that the golden crop has scripted history, with Kashmir producing 16.34 metric tonnes of saffron last year - the highest in 27 years. Officials credit the National Saffron Mission, which introduced new technologies and more expertise in the field.

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24/03/2023

Remote Sensing & GIS Technology in Precision Agriculture !

Soil Organic Matter  Soil organic matter (SOM) is a crucial component of soil health and fertility. It is made up of dea...
24/03/2023

Soil Organic Matter
Soil organic matter (SOM) is a crucial component of soil health and fertility. It is made up of dead plant and animal materials that have decomposed and are now part of the soil. SOM is essential for maintaining soil structure, water-holding capacity, and nutrient availability. In this article, we will explore the importance of SOM, how it is formed, and how it can be managed to improve soil health.

Importance of Soil Organic Matter

SOM plays a vital role in soil health and fertility. It provides several benefits, including:

Improves Soil Structure: SOM binds soil particles together, forming aggregates that improve soil structure. This enhances soil aeration, water infiltration, and drainage. It also reduces soil compaction, which improves root growth and plant development.

Increases Water-Holding Capacity: SOM can hold up to 20 times its weight in water, which increases soil water-holding capacity. This ensures that plants have access to water during dry periods.

Enhances Nutrient Availability: SOM contains essential plant nutrients, including nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur, which are released slowly as it decomposes. This ensures that plants have a constant supply of nutrients throughout the growing season.

Reduces Erosion: SOM provides a protective cover for the soil surface, reducing erosion from wind and water. This helps to maintain soil fertility by preventing nutrient loss.

Formation of Soil Organic Matter

SOM is formed from the decomposition of plant and animal residues. This process is carried out by soil organisms, including bacteria, fungi, and earthworms. As they break down organic matter, they release nutrients that are essential for plant growth.

The rate of SOM formation depends on several factors, including climate, soil type, and management practices. In warm, humid climates, decomposition rates are high, leading to a faster turnover of SOM. In contrast, in cold or dry climates, decomposition rates are slower, leading to a slower turnover of SOM.

Soil Type also affects the rate of SOM formation. Sandy soils have low SOM content because they have low water and nutrient-holding capacity. In contrast, clay soils have high SOM content because they have a high water and nutrient-holding capacity.

Management Practices can also affect SOM content. Practices that increase plant residues, such as cover cropping, crop rotations, and reduced tillage, can increase SOM content. In contrast, practices that reduce plant residues, such as intensive tillage, can decrease SOM content.

Managing Soil Organic Matter

Managing SOM is essential for maintaining soil health and fertility. Several practices can be used to increase SOM content, including:

Cover Cropping: Planting cover crops during fallow periods can increase SOM content. Cover crops add plant residues to the soil, which are then decomposed by soil organisms.

Crop Rotation: Rotating crops can increase SOM content by increasing plant residues. Different crops have different root systems and residues, which can improve soil structure and nutrient availability.

Reduced Tillage: Reduced tillage practices, such as no-till or strip-till, can increase SOM content by reducing soil disturbance. This helps to maintain soil structure and reduce erosion.

Composting: Composting organic materials, such as food waste and yard waste, can increase SOM content. Compost is rich in nutrients and can be used as a soil amendment to improve soil fertility.

Manure Application: Applying manure to the soil can increase SOM content. Manure contains plant residues and nutrients, which can be decomposed by soil organisms.

In conclusion, SOM is a critical component of soil health and fertility. It provides several benefits, including improving soil structure, increasing water-holding capacity, enhancing nutrient availability, and reducing erosion. Managing SOM is essential for maintaining soil health and fertility.



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Agriculture is the backbone of most economies, especially in developing countries. It is the primary source of food, emp...
18/03/2023

Agriculture is the backbone of most economies, especially in developing countries. It is the primary source of food, employment, and income for millions of people. Agricultural marketing, on the other hand, is the process of buying and selling agricultural products. It involves a series of activities from the producer to the consumer. The marketing of agricultural products is essential for the economic development of a country. However, one of the biggest challenges facing the agricultural sector is the scarcity of capital.

Capital is an essential input in agriculture. Farmers need capital to purchase inputs such as seeds, fertilizers, and pesticides. They also need capital to buy machinery and equipment, pay for labor, and invest in irrigation systems. Without capital, farmers cannot produce enough to meet the demand for food. This, in turn, leads to a shortage of food, which can result in food insecurity and high food prices.

The scarcity of capital in agriculture is a significant hindrance to the growth of the agricultural sector. Farmers are unable to produce enough food to meet the demand because they lack the necessary resources. As a result, they are forced to sell their products at low prices, which means they earn very little income. This vicious cycle of low productivity and low income perpetuates poverty and food insecurity.

Another challenge that arises due to the scarcity of capital in agriculture is the inability of farmers to adopt new technologies. Agricultural technology is continually evolving, and farmers need to keep up with the latest developments to remain competitive. However, without sufficient capital, farmers cannot afford to invest in new technologies, and as a result, they are left behind.

The scarcity of capital also affects the marketing of agricultural products. Farmers need capital to transport their products to the market, store them, and market them effectively. Lack of capital means that farmers cannot afford to transport their products to distant markets, and they are forced to sell their products in local markets where prices are low.

The scarcity of capital can be addressed through various means. Governments can provide subsidies and low-interest loans to farmers to help them access the necessary capital. Financial institutions can also provide credit to farmers at reasonable rates. This will enable farmers to invest in inputs, equipment, and technologies, which will increase their productivity and income.

In conclusion, the scarcity of capital is a significant challenge facing the agricultural sector. Lack of capital affects the productivity of farmers, their ability to adopt new technologies, and the marketing of their products. Governments and financial institutions should work together to provide farmers with access to capital at reasonable rates. This will enable farmers to increase their productivity, improve their income, and contribute to the economic development of their countries. indian_agritech IndianAgritechguruji Marketing Magazine Agrimarket - Teramo Precision Agriculture Marketing Oops!

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