Farmers benefit as a factory in Maharashtra fuels its turbines with different types of agrowaste

Rice (Oryza sativa L.)

Lack of lagislation and certification undermines the potential of organic farming in India

Bottlenecks and hassles confront the Indian organic producers

The Indian farmer is naturally organic. But without support and premium for green crops, there is no alternative but to take the chemical route

Waste generated in Guwahati will now be used to produce bio fertiliser and electricity

To meet the power demands of rice mills, a small-scale unit based

Yields from the rice-wheat cropping system in the Indo-Gangetic plain are declining despite the increasing use of chemical fertilizers. Crop residues are important components of soil fertility management, but are burnt in some areas such as Punjab state.

For years, energy experts and foresters have believed that the poor will eat away the forests of the developing world like locusts in order to meet their ever-growing

Researchers at the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU), Coimbatore, have developed a fuel-efficient bio-mass gas stove. The bio-gas could be produced from animal and crop wastes, and used for