Nature Farming is a holistic method in which farmers are discouraged to buy market based inputs like chemical fertilizers, chemical pesticides etc. for growing plants within zero budget and encouraged to grow healthy soil with friendly earthworms and thereby grow healthy plants.
I practice methodology which involves locally obtainable natural bio-degradable materials and combine scientific knowledge of ecology and modern technology with traditional farming practices based on naturally occurring biological processes which are promoted by agri-scientists like Subhash Palekar.
The principal methods of Nature Farming include crop rotation, green manures and compost, biological pest control, and mechanical cultivation. These measures use the natural environment to enhance agricultural productivity: legumes are planted to fix nitrogen into the soil, natural insect predators are encouraged, crops are rotated to confuse pests and renew soil, and natural materials such as potassium bicarbonate and mulches are used to control disease and weeds. Natural farmers are careful in their selection of plant breeds, and organic researchers produce hardier plants through plant breeding rather than genetic engineering. I practice farming by understanding the relationships between organisms and their environment.
I concentrate my efforts towards fulfilling these major objectives: Practicing natural farming, Sharing this knowledge with farmers and the general public and delivering the naturally grown food to people. By following these objectives I want to save soil health, environmental health as well as the health of people around me
I am a strong follower of Sri. Subhash Palekar guruji who has done a lot of research in zero based budgeting farming. He has written many books on Zero based budgeting farming. He is the generator and creator of zero based farming.
Under his guidence I practise Zero Budget Natural Farming and won't use any chemical pesticides to cultivate. He conducted many workshops all over India.
Testimonal from Subhash Palekarji: Congratulations Sri. Jagadish garu, you are giving the courage for farmers to adopt to Natural farming through social media !!!
Food is primary requisite to survive and approximate 80% of the food comes from farming so we should understand the relation between Food and Agriculture. To enhance the nutritive value of the food we have to focus on the quality and health enhancement of the soil, only then it would be possible to grow nutritious food for human and other species surviving on the earth.
I just want to say Mr Jagdish Reddy could understand this truth that healthy soil can produce healthy food which is good for everyone.
Jagadeesh is a farmer with passion for Agriculture. He does agriculture not just as profession but as performing a sacred ritual with equal veneration and respect for agriculture. I have been using the rice, cold pressed ground nut oil, coconut oil and jaggery since past one year and feeling confident about the healthy products.
Gandhi said 'see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil! I add to it 'eat no evil'.
I recommend Natural Life Style to lead a happy and healthy life. I recommend people to buy naturally grown food from Jagdeesh. I pray the Almighty to bestow him more energy and more creativity so that he can give healthy lives to as many people as possible.
What can we better than eating claen food, local produce rich in Nutrients and free of chemical Pesticides, Fertilizers, Eradiction and Genetic modifications. Nature Farming was the essence of India some how in wake of business have been ignored to large extent. I would like to appreciate Jageedeesh Reddy who is taking his initiative Pan India. His efforts are commendiable. There is no "PLANet B as we say Plan B which makes it's Uber to have sustainable aggriculture awareness which will enhance the quality line for farmers and Society.
Although it’s great to see people following my recommended diets diligently and doing all that is required to stay and live healthy. But, at the same time it is quite demoralising to see the quality of fruits, vegetables and other crops that are available in the market in present days – all chemically treated with hardly any nutritional values and some are even dangerous for human consumption.
Today I thank Jagdeesh and his Nature Farming for providing the society with all natural plant produces without the dangers of any chemical fertilizers and other chemical pesticides that are common these days.
Food is a basic requisite of a normal living and if we cannot have it, in its proper natural state, there is no big irony than it. I wish Jagdeesh a grand success in his venture to provide the community with foods that are grown naturally by natural farming techniques and as well educating today’s farmers of the same.
Awareness on Soil, Environmental and Public Health By Nature Farmer Jagadeesh Reddy
Food & Technology Expo 2017 by NNS MEDIA ( MERI DELHI) at Pragati Maidaan | Delhi99.TV
Article on Natural farming in Sakshi telugu newspaper
Article in Hindu english news paper: Chittoor farmer strikes gold with natural farming
Article in Hindu english news paper: Students observe natural farming methods
Workshop on Soil Rejuvenation on occasion of WorldSoilDay
We primarily grow and deal in rice, ground nuts, mangos, fox millets and jaggery. I use "Jeevamrutha," a mixture of cow dung, cow urine, jaggery, flour, soil and water, prepared without any chemicals and zero expenditure.
Descriptive details of these products are as below. You may place an order by sending me an email with the name of the product and required quantity. Price and Payment details are provided on request for product. For your payment convenience I will provide my bank details using which you can transfer amount using BHIM app, NEFT or IMPS.
We have the following varieties of mango which are naturally grown using "Jeevamrutha": Alphonso, Banganpalli, Mallika and Mulgoa.
Packaging: Fruits are packed in single layer 8 to 20 fruits per carton.
We ensure that from kernels of rice only the hull is removed. Hygienically processed, the rice is rich in minerals and vitamins, especially the B-complex group. Also, enriched with vitamin B6, brown Rice offered by us has a high nutritional content.
Packaging: Rice is packed as 20kg and 50kg
Foxtail Millets are called "Korralu" In telugu in Andhra Pradesh. Foxtail millet is an annual grass grown for human food. Great replacement to rice and wheat. Can be used in making upma, konji, payasam, and idli with udad dal.
Packaging: Foxtail Millets are packed in single layer 5kg and 10kg
Jaggery, a product of sugarcane, is rich in important minerals (Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Iron, Manganese, Zinc, Copper, and Chloride), vitamins (Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, Vitamin D2, Vitamin E), and protein, which can be made available to the masses to mitigate the problems of mal nutrition and under nutrition.
Packaging: Jaggery is packed as 5, 10 and 20kg
Refined oils undergo various chemical and mechanical processes which destroys all the nutrients present in the groundnut oil completely before bottling. Real unrefined cold pressed groundnut/peanut oil is extracted using the traditional wooden mill method where the oil is extracted without heating or any chemical processes. Groundnut oil that is extracted using traditional cold pressed methods is highly nutritious and healthy with all the health benefits intact.
Packaging: Available in 2, 5, 10 and 25 ltrs