• Illegal slaughter of cattle
  • Latest modern sceintific research on A1 & A2 milk.
  • Workshops and Training Centre.
  • Check-up camps.
  • Experience of patients suffering from various chronic diseases.

Difference between Chemical and Organic farming.


Characteristics of Inorganic and Organic Farming in a nutshell
No
Characteristics
Farming With Synthetic Fertilizers
Organic Fertilizers
1 Petroleum Dependency High Negligible
2 Labor Requirements High, hired Family or hired
3 Management Intensity High Low
4 Intensity of Tillage High Medium
5 Plant Diversity Low High
6 Crop varieties Hybrids Hybrid or open pollinated
7 Source of Seeds All purchased Purchased, some saved
8 Integration of Crops and
Livestock
None Use of manure
9 Insect Pests Very unpredictable Unpredictable
10 Insect Management Chemical Bio-pesticides some bio-control
11 Weed Management Chemical, tillage Cultural control
12 Disease Management Chemical, vertical resistance Antagonists, horizontal resistance,multi-line cultivars
13 Plant Nutrition Chemical, fertilizers applied in pulses,opens,open system Microbio-fertilizers,organic fertilizers. Semi open systems
14 Water Management Large-scale irrigation That too for many times Sprinkler and drip irrigation Les expenditure on irrigation because of improved water holding capacity of soil.
15 Texture of soil Soil Loses texture Texture of Soil is maintained.
16 Growth of earthworms Chemicals Kill earthworms Earthworms survive and support crop production.
17 Water-holding capacity of soil Lost, very miserable condition Water holding capacity increases day by day
18 Rate of growth of plant Unnatural fast rate of growth resulting in weak plant and subsequent attack by pests. Disease resistant capacity of plant increases.
19 Level of poisonous substances Do appear from chemical fertilizers to food items to breast milk/milk and in human blood. Not at all.
Food items, soil is poison-free,
So also the mother’s milk
20 Consumption of waste Nil
Makes the soil waste, arid.
Consumes harmless farm waste folder,cow-dung,cow urine-Thus keeping the environment clean.
21 Pollution The main factor is pollution-pollutes soil,water,environment,food items, human health. Always eco-friendly
22 Quality of food Unhealthy, poisonous Healthy, tasty food,
Acceptable all over the world
23 Availability of manure Procedure from fertilizer factories, shops, Requires hauling expenditure. Manure is produced at farmyard resulting in Zero procurement cost.
24 Raw material It is imported, a very costly affair. Raw material for making organic manure is available at farm itself .Hence the cheapest and best.
25 Burden on economy A very heavy burden Affordable
26 Self reliant Farmer never becomes self-reliant Farmer becomes se-reliant
27 Rural employment Unable to generate rural employment Generates rural employment
28 Pollution at manufacturing level Highly Pollutant.
Pollutes factory environment,
Waste-water from factory
Ultimately Polluting sweet water
Available to mankind on this earth.
Very safe. No. Pollution at all at manufacturing level of organic fertilizers and organic pest repellent.
29 Old age cow progeny Lost the importance Are valuable source of cow dung
30 Seeds Seeds lack germination potential. Seeds have high germination potential.
31 Impact Curse of human race Blessing to human race
32 Ground water level Decrease Maintains to ground water
33 Soil hardness/density It increases It decreases, results in more water absorption.
34 Use of diesel tractor Pollutes soil strata
35 Position of Soil nutrients Lost, Growing of Ayurvedic herbs is never possible with chemical farming. Retained, Organic farming is suitable for all crops
36 Economy of farmers It is an ever-increasing burden. Input cost is affordable for even poor farmers
37 Health Harmful Harmless.