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The Effect of Organic Treatments on Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus)

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Biochemical Efficacy of Homa Organic Farming Practices in Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus)

An investigation was carried out at Main Agricultural Research station, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, Karnataka during monsoon season 2012, to study response of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus var. Arka Anamika L. Moench) to Homa Organic Farming practices.

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Biochemical Studies on Homa Organic Farming Practices in Cabbage

An investigation was carried out at Main Agricultural Research station, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, Karnataka during monsoon season 2010, to study response of cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. Saint) to Homa Organic Farming practices.

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A field experiment laid out in Completely Randomised Block Design with 13 treatments replicated thrice was conducted during monsoon 2010 to study the biochemical studies on Homa organic farming practices in cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. Saint).

Response of Tomato to Homa Organic Farming Practices

An investigation was carried out at Main Agricultural Research station, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, Karnataka during kharif season 2010, to study response of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) to Homa Organic Farming practices.

Preamble

The field experiment was laid out in completely randomised block design with 11 treatments exposed to Homa atmosphere replicated thrice.
Objectives of Investigation:
To study the effect of Homa organic farming practices on:

  1. The growth, yield and quality of tomato.

Homa Farm of Don Ismael in Barinas, Venezuela

Jesus Manuel Pineda Rivas (photo right), wrote from Mérida, Venezuela:

Don Ismael and his son Alberto (photo below) live in the plains of Barinas state, Venezuela (5 hours from Merida). Don Ismael's mother is the owner of the farm. She has been very careful not to allow poisons on her farm. Don Ismael, following the wishes of his mother, sought and asked around until he got my phone number.

Homa Organic Farming Workshop in 'Satsang' Farm, Curacavi, Chile

Ms Karina Ohme shares about an event in her Farm 'Satsang':
"A Homa Organic Farming workshop was conducted by the agricultural engineers Carolina Morales and Paula Heinsohn (Sukhmani), both with extensive experiences in Ecological Homa Farming.

Agnihotra on 'Gavisa' Farm in Togo, West Africa

Marco Brutschin (Photo right with his friend Komla, a farmer in Togo, West Africa) shares his experience:

       "My farmer friend Komla from the village Yépévié, Kpalime in Togo,  told me, that after starting with Agnihotra, despite the current drought, it rained heavily on his farm, but not in the surrounding areas.
    It has also helped him greatly with his health.
I asked him to write something about his experiences with Agnihotra for the Homa Newsletter and here are excerpts from his letter:"

Homa Farm of Dr Jaime Montufar, Guayaquil, Ecuador

Dr. Jaime Montufar from Guayaquil,
Ecuador, South America, shares:

    "I've been practicing Homa Therapy for 16 years with much love and dedication. The farm we have, through the benefits of Homa Therapy, is now a paradise. The Divine has blessed us greatly. We plant cocoa, bananas, pineapples, oranges, lemon, beans, avocado, coffee, mango, bell pepper, cucumber, papayas, guavas, noni and species of medicinal plants for preparing certain medicines used in the Homa Medical Center 'the Good Shepherd'.

Homa Farming in Curacavi, Chile

Ms. Karina Ohme from Curacavi, Chile tells her experience of the Amazing recovery of almond and fig trees with Homa Therapy
     In March 2013, we realized a long awaited dream: 'Satsang,' a beautiful farm with native forest, silence and harmony, located a few kilometers outside Santiago de Chile.
     We started immediately to perform the Homa Fires and we have seen a surprising recovery of the old fruit trees. René, (photo right picking almonds), our gardener, who lives and works on this plot since 19 years, was surprised to see the almonds loaded with fruits this summer. Just two years ago, his suggestion was to cut them, since they were full of downy mildew and partially moth-eaten, practically dry and without giving any almonds.
(see photo below left)

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