Success Stories

MEDSINGA PATTERN FORMED THROUGH PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

There is sufficient water available because of the tap water scheme in the village.

“Watery” villages in a famine-hit region! Medsinga is a village with a population of 2700 in the Osmanabad Taluka. Rainfall is the only source of water. It has a farming area of approximately 1200 hectares, with sugarcane, soybean, Bengal gram Continue reading

SILKY BONDS THROUGH GROUP FARMING

High quality silk worm cocoons are produced through group farming and are sold collectively.

Farming by Shree Samarth Shetkari Mandal, Yeola (Tal. Ghansavangi) Inspiration from group farming Everyone from the Shree Samarth Shetkari Mandal observes experiments done by the others in the group and implements them in their farm. If someone lags behind, they Continue reading

MANGOES GROW ALL YEAR ROUND IN SALUNKE’S GARDEN

Raw mango of the Niranjan variety

The garden was nurtured using purchased water During the drought of 2012-13, he built a tank with his own money. Moreover, water was supplied to the orchard by renting tankers from outside, which cost about four-and-a-half lakh rupees. The mango Continue reading

COOL “KORFAD JUICE (ALOE JUICE)” IN THE SCORCHING BELT OF JAT

milk

Success in spite of adverse conditions Sambhajirao started cultivating Aloe Vera in 1998 and it was an instant success. He had a good run at it, but he had not given any serious thought about marketing of his production. He Continue reading

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