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Chinhari's visit to Basudha

Learning the sustainable practices of agriculture in and from Basudha:

The compost pit

The Desi Oven

Dried fruits (for seeds) of the perennial variety of Okra.

Checking root nodes in the 'touch-me-not' plant that fix nitrogen and help phosphorous solubilise in the soil

Chinhari's visit to Basudha was a sheer learning experience. We learnt the philosophy of agroforesty; we learnt about ways to re-make agriculture sustainable. It is here that Chinhari found its motivation, in restoring the nature-forests-soil-seeds and their very own adivasi culture.

We thus, once again decided to sow indigenous vegetables.

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