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Results of analyses of the soil samples from Krushi Tirth, Bajwada, indicate a challenge for agriculture scientists


  • This farm is in village Bajwada, district Dewas, Madhya Pradesh; owned by Malpaani Trust and managed by Mr Dipak Suchde, CEO of the trust ( As I understand, Mr Suchde is also an important member of 'Prayog Parivar' - a non-institutional network of knowledge communication initiated by Prof. Shripad A. Dabholkar. The network involves several practicing farmers. More information on the network should be available at A book "Plenty for All" written by Prof. Dabholkar, published in 1998 (Mehta Publishing House, 1216, Sadashiv Peth, Pune; tells us of a different outlook to farming and should be read by all students of agriculture.
  • I know the group from April 2005 when I participated in a workshop by the group, organized to commemorate first death anniversary of Prof. Dabholkar. Surprisingly, quite a few farmers associated with the group were awarded by some states/organizations for harvesting highest yields for different crops, including sugarcane and grapes. Some of their views/concepts (in the book and/or on the website) may appear unscientific, but the fact that their farmers were harvesting high yields forced me to spend more time/interest in this direction.
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