SPIRE SIGN IN Register

Spirethoughts

Spire's six most recent Spirethoughts.

Drones are delivering medicine in Africa
Nigeria has entered the AFCFTA African free trade agreement, increasin...
IT investments to pour into India’s healthcare sector
The European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) is set to open...
Deploying Industry 4.0 technology to mitigate climate change
Deploying Industry 4.0 technology to mitigate climate change
Will cost-effective compost rejuvenate African agriculture
Will compost turn out to be the magic mineral for African agriculture?

Biodynamic farming in India

India is probably one of the places where the principles of biodynamic farming, which began in Germany over 90 years ago, are still socially accepted and in practice.

Biodynamic practices focus on planting and harvesting of crops according to a calendar based on the positions of the moon and stars. This relates well to the popular affinity for astrology in India.

SARG Vikas Samiti has been promoting biodynamic agricultural practices in India with an affiliation with over 50,000 farmers. Biodynamic farming practices are being used to salvage damaged soil, with the intended outcome being improved crop yields.

Can biodynamic farming practices help resolve Indian farmers’ agriculture woes?


For media enquiries, please contact:

Nidhi Singh
Manager, Group Corporate Communications
Spire Research and Consulting
Phone: (91) 124 646 5499
E-mail: nidhi.singh@spireresearch.com

Back to Top

Back to Home
BTBTBTBTBTBT