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Agriculture being the primary occupation of most of the population in India has rightly been termed as the back bone of Indian economy.

About 75% of the India’s rural population are still dependent on agriculture for sustaining their livelihoods.

In today’s context where everything has changed, and the society has adapted to the fast pace of life, the urge to maintain a healthy diet is also at the core front.

As a result, it is essential to practice the methods of organic farming as it is a process that uses biological fertilizers and pest control acquired from animal or plant waste. Hence it is chemical free and natural fodder used to grow crops.

By implementing methods of organic farming in agriculture, one can reap benefits such as.

No expensive fertilisers, pesticides, or HYV seeds required for plantation of crops.  Hence reducing extra expense.

Good return on Investment, with the usage of cheaper and local inputs, a farmer can make a good return on investment.

High demand, There is a huge demand for organic products in India and across the globe, which generates more income through export.

Nutritional, As compared to chemical and fertiliser-utilised products, organic products are more nutritional, tasty, and good for health.

Environment-friendly, the farming of organic products is free of chemicals and fertilisers, so it does not harm the environment.

It leaves no one behind, the method of organic farming is also accessible and disabled friendly hence makes it much easier for persons with disabilities practice organic cultivation.


Disability Entrepreneurship And Leadership (DEAL) Foundation works across the districts of Gadag and Bengaluru to promote sustainable livelihood opportunities for persons with disabilities.

We firmly believe in protecting the environment and hence have adapted organic method of cultivation.

While we practice organic farming ourselves, we also ensure to promote awareness on the same to the members we work with.

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