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Organic Farming Agriculture Book/PDF

Organic farming is the main part of Agriculture. Farmers can also earn more profits by adopting it. Organic farming is a very good way of farming. In this, we do farming without any manure and insecticide, so no chemical is used in it. You Can Download All PDFs of Organic farming from .

  • PDF details – Organic Farming 

  • Author – ICAR (TNAU)  

  • Language- English                                  

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1.General Status and trends in population and food production, Agriculture growth, Fertilizer and Pesticide consumption and negative impacts of their excess application  
2.Relevance of organic farming (OF), Consequences of the use of High Yielding Varieties (HYV) and Indigenous Varieties. Impact of Green Revolution  
(GR) on Environment. Effects of Green Revolution.   
3.Concept of OF, Significance of OF for Indian farmers, Terminologies used in OF, Objectives of
OF, Characteristics of OF, Often debated issues in OF, Area under OF and size of organic food market.
Status of OF in India.  
4. Organic production requirements, Components of OF, Nutrient requirements in OF, Limiting nutrient losses, Organic manures: Farm Yard Manure (FYM), Enrichment of FYM.  
5. Compost, Methods of composting (Bangalore, Indore, Coimbatore, NADEP methods).   
6. Green manuring, Classification of green manures (GM), advantages of GM, Desirable characteristics of leguminous GM crops.  
7. Recycling of organic residues, Classification of organic residues.  
Vermicompost and vermiculture, Importance, benefits, Methods of vermicomposting,  
Preparation and management of vermicompost unit.  
8. Biofertilizers, Importance, classification and benefits of biofertilizers (Azospirillum, Azotobacter, Rhizibium,
PSB, VAM etc.,)  
9. Soil improvements and soil amendments, Salinity,
Alkalinity, Acidity, Types of amendments  
10.Weed management in organic farming, Different methods of weed management, Biological weed control, Use of bioherbicides (mycoherbicides) and Bioagents.   
11. Organic food quality, Quality attributes, Chemical food contaminants, Microbial food contaminants, Aims of organic production and processing.  
12. Quality control standards, Important organic standards (IFOAM basic standards, Codex alimentarius guidelines, EU regulations, NSOP), Common issues in the various standards.  
13. Certification, Types of certification, Certification process and procedure, Group certification, Internal control system (ICS).   
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