Chemical-free, natural farming is still in its nascent stages in our country. While there are obvious advantages in mainstreaming the practice of this kind of farming, why has India not adapted it more wholeheartedly?
We invite you to a webinar to discuss the challenges that organic and natural farming practitioners face in India, and the possibilities of upscaling it. Representatives from the Central government, as well as from states which have made some progress in this aspect, will be among the panellists and participants.
This webinar, which is free and open to all, has a limited number of seats. Admissions will be on a first come-first served basis. Please do register early, and try to join the webinar five minutes before it begins.
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