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  1. Organic Farming + Doubling Of Farmers’ Income By Sharad Marathe

  2. Agricultural Problem • Farmer distress • Low income – not enough to support the family • No market access • Small farm size (83% less than 2 acres)- getting smaller through divisions • No Economies of scale • Low productivity • Lot of land is wasted in demarcation, odd shapes and sizes • Irrigation system - non-scientific • Dis-organized farming with no scientific approach

  3. Agricultural Problem (Continued) • Employment opportunities • Not growing • Not keeping up with the rising aspirations of the youth • Depleting soil health – due to use of fertilizers and pesticides • Government resources not enough to address the problem • Incentives from government focus on increasing production and not on increasing net income • Interventions typically focus on aggregating farmers, giving inputs to them and in some cases giving support to reach market

  4. Organic Vs Conventional – Price Comparison

  5. Organic Farming Problems • Certification time (3 years) and cost • What happens until you are certified? • Typically lower productivity compared to chemical based farming • Thus higher cost of production • Higher prices mean lower volume • Hence the conventional thinking is this is a niche market with limited growth potential and only for the rich • But reality is the opposite!

  6. Top Ten Organic Producers (2015) • 2.4 million organic producers globally • 35% of World’s Organic Producers are in Asia • INDIA is country with the Most Organic Producers

  7. Organic Production in India • India produced around 1.35 million MT of certified organic products in the year 2015-16 which includes: • All varieties of food products namely Sugarcane, Oil Seeds, Cereals & Millets, Cotton, Pulses, Medicinal Plants, Tea, Fruits, Spices, Dry Fruits, Vegetables, Coffee etc. • Production is not limited to the edible sector but also includes organic cotton fiber, functional food products etc.

  8. Area Under Organic Farming • Currently, 1% of the world’s agricultural land is organic • 64% increase in organic agricultural land in India in 2015 from 2014 ie an addition of 0.5 million hectares • Total area under organic certification is 5.71million Hectare (2015-16) which includes: • 26% cultivable area with 1.49 million Hectare • Rest 74% (4.22 million Hectare) forest and wild area for collection of minor forest produces • Madhya Pradesh has covered largest area under organic certification followed by Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan

  9. Exports of Organic Food Products • Exports in 2015-16 – 2.6 Lakh MT • Organic food export revenue $300 US Million • Organic products are exported to European Union, US, Canada, Switzerland, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, South East Asian countries, Middle East, South Africa etc.

  10. Organic Food Products Exported from India

  11. Growth in Global Organic Market (2000 - 2015)

  12. Growth in Domestic Organic Market (2010 - 2016)

  13. Expected Growth in Domestic Organic Market

  14. Organic Farming New Approach • Increasing productivity through use of new business models • Reducing input cost for fertilizers and pest control supplies • Build global brand for produce and products • Major opportunities • Organic wine for exports and domestic consumption • Ayurvedic formulations for treating major illnesses like Diabetis, Arthritis, Cancer, etc. • Nutritional supplements • Coordinate with Ayush ministry

  15. Market Driven Business Model Customers Marketing Company Processing & Packaging Company (PPC) Farm Management Company (FMC) Aggregation of Farm land by FMC

  16. New Market Opportunities For Increasing Exports

  17. New Market Opportunities For Increasing Exports

  18. New Market Opportunities Within India

  19. New Market Opportunities Within India

  20. Organic Farming Case Studies and Action Plan

  21. IssuesofFarmers • Increasingpestattacksonfarms Poisonous, Carcinogenic Chemical Pesticides, which are killing • farmers,alsokillingfriendly/usefulinsectslikeHoneybees,spiders,etc. • More than 25000 cancer patients suffering in village Shirol ofKolhapurDistrictalsomore.In Punjabspecialcancertreanrance • More than 25 farmers died & much more are suffering blindness &otherpartial/permanenthealthissuesinYawatmalduetoexcessuseofchemicalpesticides. • Verylowproductivityofmilking animals • Lackofknowledgeabout cattlemanagementand increasingmilk yield • High chemical use, like oxytocin injections, ruining the breed andreproductivepotential

  22. Vision istohelp Doublefarmer’sincome • Contributeto India’sProgress throughintegratedeconomicdevelopmentoffarmers • SoilAnalysis– Water Analysisandimprovement • SeedSelection,ScientificSowingandCultivationPractices • IntegratedPestManagementwithherbalnano-technology and bio-pesticides(poisonless farming) • DomesticandInternational Marketing • Weassure minimum30- 50%increaseinproductivitywithourinterventionsina crop seasonandguaranteed 100%increasewithourinterventionsover3 continuousyears

  23. Successstoriesof increasein yield of various crops • Inlast 3years,increasedcropyieldof4500farmers • 70%farmers couldgetmorethan50% increaseinyieldin1season • AchievedbyusingHerbal,nano-technology products(withoutdoing soiltesting&watertesting) • We areconfidentoffurther increasingthe yield,ifwe fillthedeficiency ofmicro-nutrientsin soil&improvewaterquality • InYavatmaldistrict,wehave conductedtrialsonmore than100farms& observed100% successfultest results,bothintermsofeliminatingpestsandincrease incottonyield

  24. BVG AgriculturalTechnologyResultsnotedby morethan 4500farmersinthestate ofMaharashtra

  25. IncreasedYieldthrough Herbal NanoTechnology AverageYield (Quintal per Acre) Increased Yield after usingBVGAgroTechnology (Quintal per Acre) 80%Growth 72 60%Growth 64 140%Growth 60 125%Growth 45 80%Growth 45 144%Growth 39 40 40 25 120%Growt2h5 22 10 108%Growth 25 83% Growth 22 20 16 12 12 140%Growth 12 140%Growth 12 5 82%Growth 8 4.4 5 10

  26. IncreasedYieldafterusing Herbal nanoTechnology 700 100%Growth 600 600 57% Growth 550 500 400 350 300 300 73%Growth 260 73%Growth 260 200 150 150 71%Growth [VALUE] 100 70 0 Banana Onion Watermelon AverageYield (Quintal per Acre) Increased Yield after usingBVGAgroTechnology (Quintal per Acre) Strawberry Sugarcane

  27. Commitsto Deliver… • Average50% increase infarmproductivity acrossfarms, per village, inone cropseasonand100% increasein3years. • Canconvertminimum60% oftheinfertileanimalsto fertile withinsixmonths • Minimum20% increase intheyield ofanimals thataremilking, along withincrease in SNF andfatcontent

  28. Ideas about VillageTransformation • Select100farmers and100acresof landineachvillageforyield andquality improvement • Select100infertileanimalsfortreating fertilityissues • Select100milkgivinganimalsforDNA testingandimprovingyield andqualityofmilk

  29. PlanofAction(Step1) • SurveyofCurrentScenarioinVillages • Farm Landperfarmer • CropsGrownandYieldHarvested • Irrigation Mechanisms • SoilTesting • Water Testing • Market Connectivity

  30. PlanofAction(Step1contd …) • Soiltesting: 22ParameterssuchaspH,EC(Salinity),Organic Carbon,Nitrogen,Phosphorous,Potash,Sodium, Free Calcium,Iron,Magnesium, Manganese,Silicon,Zinc,Copper, Boron,Sulphur,andothers willbe checked • Watertesting: 18ParameterssuchaspH,Hardness,Salinity, Corrosiveness,Turbidity,PercentSodium, ResidualSodium Carbonate,SodiumAbsorptionRatio,Calcium,Magnesium,Potassium, Carbonates,Bi-Carbonates,Chlorides,Mg/Ca Ratio,andotherswillbe checked • Overcome deficiency basedon micro-nutrient data

  31. Crop : Dolichus Bean(Ghevda) Before After

  32. Crop :Soybean Before After Mr.PravinT Maule Mr.PravinTMaule

  33. Crop :Soybean After Before Mr. NitinLandge Mr. NitinLandge

  34. Crop : Rice Before After

  35. Crop : Rice Before After

  36. Crop : Rice Treated Plots

  37. Crop :Cucumber Before After

  38. Crop :Banana Before After

  39. Crop:Ginger HumantyAhead Treated Mr.PandurangYadav, Kivale,Pune

  40. Crop :Gerbera

  41. Crop:Cotton Non-treated Treated Mr.Ajitlngale,Dist.Jalna

  42. Non-treated Treated

  43. Non-treated Treated

  44. Certifications for Agro Safe and Agrow Magic • USDA Bio-Preferred Certified, OSHA 29 CFR1910 Compliant • NSF – Food Grade Approved, EPA Florida Approved

  45. Certifications for Agro Safe and Agrow Magic ECOCERT is among world's largest organic certification organizations and a key authority on organic and sustainable agriculture. Government of Maharashtra gave permission of sale, after rigorous trials of Agro Safe and Agrow Magic over 8 months.