Farmers' Testimonies

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Edgar Arevalo Patow's Story

Homa Farm: Three Sisters
Aucayacu, Huanuco Region, Peru
South America

After six months application of Homa Therapy – TOTAL REJUVENATION!

"Before starting to work with Homa Therapy, my situation, similar to the one of any peasant from the High Huallaga region, was of total despair and one which people do not understand: I thought I no longer had any resource to heal my crops, since I tried all chemical substances that the Government agency supplied to me. Nothing worked. Plagues and diseases continued, and the yield of the crops continued to diminish each time more and more."

Pest and Disease Management with Homa Therapy

  • Homa Organic Farming is totally non-violent.
  • It is the only farming system which is totally non-violent.
  • In Homa Organic Farming we do not kill anything, not even so-called dangerous pests.
  • In Homa Organic Farming pests and diseases are approached in a different way: non-adversarial, non-antagonistic.
  • All insects, viruses, bacteria, fungi, etc are a part of Nature and have their role to play.
  • Agnihotra and Homa Therapy encourage balance in Nature.
  • All species come into balance with each other.

Mario Aguilar's Story

Coquimbo
Chile
South America

avocado
lemon

"I have been practicing Agnihotra for twenty years together with my family and also the Om Tryambakam fire. Here are some of many experiences with Homa Therapy in agriculture:"

Tejasvi Naik's Story

Village: Modaga, District: Belgaum
Karnataka, India

Sericulture

"I started doing Agnihotra in my green house and in a few weeks time it showed results. First the birds moved in; then came the predators to destroy the attack of whiteflies on gerbera plants in the green house. The Resonance Point was then set up and from then on there was no stopping us. Results flowed one after the other. Here are some of my experiences which I want to share with you."

Sanjay Patil's Story

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

sodic soil

  • In Tapovan when we first started Homa Farming the soil was seriously deficient in all the major and minor nutrients.
  • There was high salinity.
  • Topsoil layer reduced to less than 5 cm (2 inches) in parts.

Parvati & Jarek Bizberg's Story

Homa Farm: Bhrugu Aranya
Wysoka, Poland

acidic soil

"In our concentric circle garden we grow vegetables and herbs. When we came here, of course it was just a field which had not been gardened. This is not a farming area. The soil is very bad, acidic. We kept working the soil and things were growing beautifully. And then we felt we should have the soil tested. So we tested it and it was tested very acidic (pH = 4.4) and the people in the department where we had it tested said to us, 'We are sorry to let you know that nothing will grow here.' But as you can see from the pictures, everything is growing here."

Abhay Mutalik Desai's Story

Village: Sutakatti, District: Belgaum
Karnataka, India

vanilla
sugar cane

"Our first ever vanilla produce (1999-2000) was of excellent quality and the best in India. The vanilla bean curing process (three months) was started along with Homa Therapy treatment."

Venkatesh Kulkarni's Story

Homa Farm: Manas Krushi
Shahapur, District: Thane
Maharashtra, India

mango
cashew nut

"We came across Gurudev Shree Vasant Paranjpe between 1998 and 1999. From our discussions with Him, we realized that the cow is an important part in farming and this is the reason why the cow has been given an important place in our scriptures and culture. Another point we found out from Him was that for healthy farming the environment should be healthy and to achieve this a simple procedure of Agnihotra is advised. If we use the correct combination of cow and Agnihotra then we can achieve the same result in farming as our forefathers enjoyed."

Carlos Augusto Pajuelo's Story

Homa Farm: El Cerezo
Piura, Peru
South America

mango

"I planted 10,000 Mango trees, variety Kent in 30 hectares in 1997. But we lost all the production in Piura with the climatic changes of "El Nino" in 1998. Banks were not giving loans either. However, in 2001, while I was the Director of the Office of the Ministry of Agriculture in Piura, I was fortunate to learn about the Agro Homa Supertechnology and decided to apply it in my farm."

Report from Tingo Maria, Peru, 1999

Translation from original Spanish document signed and sealed by the Ministry of the Presidency - INADE (National Institute of Development) Republic of Peru, Special project Alto Huallaga


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