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Driving change in water use amongst India's cotton farmers

A groundbreaking study has revealed that cotton farmers in India are able to significantly reduce their pollution of surface and groundwater by adopting organic and improved farming practices.
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Irrigation/fertigation by drip systems has all the benefits mentioned, yes. Also other advanced soil and water conservation practices. But if this site has become another pusher of the falsehoods of organics etc., it is not being honest.
posted by: Brett Keane (06:17:47 Tue 10th July 2012)

Hello all. Good to know that study of organic cotton shows positive results on chemical use and water saving. Is there are any evidence available on use of SRI principles on cotton. This will save lot: seed, land, water, chemicals and health too. We need to produce more with less. Barah BC
posted by: Barah BC (05:23:55 Thu 5th July 2012)



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