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Tapovan Update - Cotton

Homa Farm: Tapovan
Parola, District: Jalgaon
Maharashtra, India

cotton

Comparison of Tapovan Cotton with Bt Cotton, Khandesh, Maharashtra, India

"There are four main cotton growing areas in Maharashtra, India - Khandesh, Marathwada, Vidarbha and Deccan Canal. Tapovan is situated in the Khandesh area. The GMO varieties of cotton which are known as Bt cotton have now achieved almost 100% penetration into these areas due to very aggressive marketing strategies by the seed companies."

Engineer Fernando Valladares' Story

Lima, Peru,
South America

papaya
powdery mildew
orange
white fly
earthworms

"Since I began with the practice of Agnihotra, I have seen that my plants become stronger and that they fructify better."

Engineer Godofredo Garcia Perez' Report

Piura, Peru
South America

mango

"We continue progressing with the Homa Therapy on our farm with good results. The mango variety 'Kent' flowered late but it did flower and this is the reason that the harvest will be late, but with a very good projection."

"The neighboring farms flowered very little or they did not flower at all in most cases."

Lee Ringma's Story

Homa Farm: Om Shree Dham
Hunter Valley, NSW
Australia

saline water

The Gift of Water

Perhaps the most miraculous demonstration of how Homa heals Nature with Divine Intelligence and Love, and how Nature in turn responds to the true needs of the people who are helping Her, is the story around our bore well.

Story of the Potato Farmers of Amaryllis

Amaryllis
Region: Huánuco
Peru
South America

potato

A letter from potato farmers to Dr (Mrs) María del Carmen Ayasta Vallejo, Director of the Ministry of Agriculture, Region: Huánuco

Amaryllis, November 12th, 1999

Dear Mrs Directress:

"We are potato farmers from the sector of Amaryllis. It is for the first time that we communicate with somebody like you who has a position in the Ministry of Agriculture. We take the opportunity to greet you and wish you success with your work."

"Many years ago we heard our grandparents and parents talk about how the Potato Blight keeps attacking our potato fields nonstop and each time with more intensity. We observed how year after year this disease lowers the yield of our crops."

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