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Arts & Science of Organic Farming

Author Name: Sujit Chakrabarty, Sumati Narayan, Farooq Ahmad Khan | Format: Paperback | Genre : Home & Garden | Other Details

Organic is not a fashion statement but a way of life. It is the most common thing; it is the ‘nature’ around us. Organic is not only for the classes but for the masses. Organic is not a product. It is the concept of following a process. Organic is natural, original, pure & real. It is unconditional compliance with nature’s rules....

Organic is sustainable....

Let’s understand more about this deep relationship between Organic & Mother Nature.

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Sujit Chakrabarty

Sujit Chakrabarty completed Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture from Banaras Hindu University in 1986 and Master’s degree in Horticulture from Allahabad Agricultural Institute in 1988. He completed PGDBM-IB from BIMTECH In 1989.

Vegetable seed production & marketing have been his domain industry. He has been associated with leading seed brands in India viz. ‘Indo-American’, ‘Namdhari’ etc. for more than 18 years. His experience of crop production, especially of horticultural crops in various Agro-climatic regions across India is widely acknowledged by both farmers & gardeners alike.

He had started a project on contract farming & marketing of organic vegetables in Pune as early as in 2002. It was a pioneering concept conceived by him about daily farm gate procurement & door step delivery in the early morning of fresh organic vegetables just like milk & news paper. He had been associated with retail chains brands like ‘Subhiksha’ in Maharashtra, ‘Reliance’ in Gujarat & with ‘Spinach’ in Mumbai during 2006 - 2010. 

Since 2012, he is fulltime devoted in promotion of Organic Agriculture in India. In 2015, he promoted PRAKRIT KRISHI TANTRA, to provide “Technical Training & Guidance” in “Organic & Biodynamic Farming” to farmers & home gardeners.

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