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Duration:  2 days
Reporting at:  Krushi Tirth, Bajwada, Dewas (MP)
Fee Structure:  Total Fee is Rs.1000/-per participant for 2 day's
Contact details:  Vatsal Suchde 09753299947
Time Schedule: start 2 days training for every monday to saturday


At the end of the training programme, trainees should have

1. Understood the concept and the knowledge behind NATUECO farming science; especially models that ensure food security to a marginal farmer's family

2. Acquired skills of its agri-practices for higher yield along with a sustained source of agriculture

3. Learnt the scientific methods for teaching a marginal farmer self reliant in meeting the basic needs through use of neighborhood resources

4. A higher level of confidence to fulfill the object of reclamation of waste land and enhance the land productivity


There are structured sessions in each day thus helping the participants imbibe local discipline. Within each session the methodology of imparting knowledge or skills is different. It encompasses lecture by the resource person, participation of the trainees, hands on practice in farm, video films, focused group discussions and power point presentations. The emphasis is on learning by doing with a team of peer group on the demonstration farm at Bajwada. A team learns through hands on practices under special observation and supervision of expert trainers. To make a good understanding a booklet of literature, a video film and a few handouts will also be provided during the training. Evenings will be utilized for video based learning session so as to let the trainees comprehend the training better.


The session schedule has also evolved a set of deliverables after each session. The trainers are used to make session evaluations by question –answer session or by group responses. This ensures that each session has been able to meet the desired result.

Also at the end of training program a formal session to assess the participants will be organised. The idea is to assess the trainer through the performance of the trainees. There is a lot of emphasis on evaluation of trainees in our programs since we too need to have strong extension mechanism through such trainings.

Schedule of activities:

Regular schedule during this program:

Daily Schedule
 08:00 – 08:30  
 08:30 – 09:00  
Recap last days learning
 09:00 – 18:00  
 11:00 -11:15  
Session tea
 12:00 – 13:30  
 16:00 – 16:15  
Session tea
 18:00 – 18:45  
Free time
 19:00 – 20:00  

The content wise daily schedule for the training is as following:

Day 1st: Natueco Farming

 Time Schedule  Session  Methodology  Deliverable
08.30 – 09:30AM
Introduction of the participants Establishing the objectives of this training, general discipline around the campus
Welcome of the participants Lecture and participatory discussion
Participants will get familiar with each other. Participants will be comfortable and motivated to participate in the training
09.30 AM – 11.15 AM
An educational walk around the farm covering: Different Methods of farming and its present concerns What is Natueco farming Eco system and it's importance
Participatory educational walk around the farm.
Understand about the farm and what we are going to develop
 11.00 – 11.15 AM  
Tea Break
 13.30 – 16.00 PM  
Amrut Jal Soaking of the biomass in Amrut Jal.
Hands on training and Interactive lecture followed by Film in evening
Use of locally available microbes (Cow dung and urine)to prepare a catalyst in-situ to enhance the decomposition process of biomass
 16.00 – 16.15 PM  
Tea Break
 16.15 – 18.00 PM  
How to make a marginal farmer prosper. Concept sharing of two models i.e. Ganga Ma Mandal and Ten Guntha model.
Interactive lecture based on the educational walk around the farm
Optimal productivity from neighborhood resources through proper design
 18.00 PM  
Session Ends

Day 2nd : Amrut Mitti

 Time Schedule  Session  Methodology  Deliverable
 08.30 – 09.00 AM  
Sharing of learning by active participation
Participants will provide a snapshot of Day 1's learning
 09.00 AM – 11.00 AM Preparation of Amrit Mitti
  1. Practical collection of biomass & segregating them.
  2. Preparing Amrut  Mitti (with explaining about the contents and its science)
  3. Chopping biomass
  4. Soaking the biomass
  5. Preparation of heaps of   3'x10'x1'
  6. Broadcasting of Six types of seeds
  7. Taking care of Heap


  1. Hands on practical 
  2. Instruction , guidance and learning by doing
  3. Learning by doing


Understand the process and its science that how it benefits us Understand how cow urine and cow fresh dung work in order make soil fertile and productive. Explain the science behind various contents which are mixed into solution in the Amrut Jal making process
 11.00 – 11.15 AM  
Tea Break
 11.15 - 12.00 PM  
Preparation of Amrut Mitti Continued..
 12.00 – 13.00 PM  
 13.00 – 14.00 PM

Introduce about the GANGAMA MANDAL


 Principles of Parmaculture

  •  Aim and object of Ganga Maa Mandal

    Hands on training with a lay out.

    Explain the advantages of basic design as well as of various plants including medicinal plant which are going to be planted in Ganga Ma Mandal.

    A Ganga Ma Mandal provides for nutrition and some saving of money for a family and can mitigate malnutrition problem.
    The participants will be able to plan and implement the same model confidently in their respective areas of work.

     14.00 – 16.00 PM  
    1. Different pruning methods and practices to be adopted on
      • Long life trees
      • Middle life plants
      • Short term life plants
    Hands on practical experiencing
    To increase the quality and quantity of produce for the farmer and the market. Can make a fifty year old tree act like a five year old
     16.00 -16.15 PM  
    Tea Break
     16.15 – 18.00 PM Study of Roots
    1. 1. Finding the position of roots
    2. Selecting active feeder roots zone
    3. Providing nutrition to feeder roots, Pruning of roots
    4. Treatment to the roots with Ash and Amrut Jal
    Hands on practical experiencing
    Effect of root treatment on productivity Various kinds of root treatment Understanding of best practices in root management
     18.00 PM  
    Session Ends
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