hand book of organic farming and organic foods with vermi composting & neem products

hand book of organic farming and organic foods with vermi composting & neem products
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HAND BOOK OF ORGANIC FARMING & ORGANIC FOODS WITH VERMI COMPOSTING AND NEEM PRODUCTS

Introduction


Organic Farming Principles and Concepts

 

  • Background
  • Nomenclature and Meaning
  • Natural Farming
  • Zero chemical farming
  • Bio dynamic farming
  • Humus farming
  • Compost farming
  • Sewage farming
  • Integrated farming
  • Mixed farming
  • Concepts and Principles
  • Principles of organic farming
  • Scope of Organic Farming
  • Advantages and Limitations of Organic Farming
  • Impact of Organic Farming on Production and Productivity
  • Availability of Organic sources of nutrients
  • Reduced yields


Cycle for Survival
 

  • Impact of Advanced Agricultural Technology Hazards
  • Adverse Effects of Agricultural Practices on the Farm
  • Soil Erosion
  • Water Availability
  • Salinization
  • Fertilizer and Pesticide Contamination
  • Genetic Erosion
  • Adverse Effects of Agricultural Practices
  • Away from the Farm
  • Soil Erosion
  • Fertilizer and Pesticide Contamination
  • Socio Economic Values
  • Economic and Political Issues
  • Environmental Accounting
  • Food Security
  • Sustainable Agriculture
  • Need of the Hour
  • Evolution of Sustanable Agriculture
  • Sustainable Livelihood
  • Other Eco-Friendly Farming Systems
  • Organic Farming
  • Biological Farming Nature Farming
  • Regenerative Agriculture
  • Permaculture
  • Alternate Agriculture
  • Ecological Agriculture
  • Ecological Farming Systems
  • Objectives of Ecological Farming
  • Prospects
  • Integrated Intensive Farming System (IIFS)
  • Low External Input Supply Agriculture (LEISA)
  • Low Input Agriculture
  • Criteria of LEISA
  • Ecological criteria
  • Economic criteria
  • Social criteria
  • Biodynamic Agriculture
  • Organic Farming vs.Biodynamic Farming
  • Principles of Biodynamic farming
  • Ruyles for using Biodynamic Agriculture
  • Few Biodynamic Preparations
  • Research Achievements in Biodynamic Farming
  • Permaculture Farming
  • Meaning and Objectives of Permaculture Farming
  • The Elements of the Permaculture farming system
  • Organic Agriculture System
  • The Major Aims of Organic Farming
  • Goncepts of Organic Farming
  • Difference Between Organic and Conventional Farming
  • History of Organic Farming
  • Needs of Organic Farming
  • Needs for Organic Inputs
  • Increasing Demand of Organic Foods


Organic Farming
 

  • Management of Autonomous Ecosystem
  • Mixed Farming
  • Plants
  • Animals
  • Soils
  • Biosphere
  • Crop Rotation
  • Benefits of crop diversification
  • Organic Cycle Optimization
  • In partnership with Nature
  • Basic  Standards and General Principles for Organic Agriculture
  • Crop and Soil Management
  • Choice of Crops and Varieties
  • Crop Rotation
  • Fertilization Policy
  • Management of Pests, Diseases and Weeds
  • Wild Products
  • Pollution Control
  • Soil and Water Conservation
  • Landscape
  • Principle Requirements and Pre Conditions
  • Conversion from Conventional To Organic Farming
  • Farms with Plant Production and Livestock
  • Limitations
  • Initiating Organic Farming
  • Medicinal Plants -the First Crops for Organic Farming
  • Management to Premaculture Farm
  • Permaculture Farm
  • Use of Draft Animal
  • Making Permanent Farm
  • Conservation of Soil
  • Protection of the Soil against Fires
  • Protection farm Water Erosion
  • Protection from Wind Erosion
  • Protection from Wind Erosion
  • Improvement of the Soil
  • How to bury Organic Matter
  • Mixed Cropping
  • Permaculture for Wastelands
  • Soil and water conservation
  • Pioneers
  • Pioneer trees and plants
  • Secondary species


Soil Environment And Plant Growth
 

  • Mineral Vs Organic Soils
  • Soil Factors for Plant Growth
  • Soil Fertility
  • Soil Productivity
  • Essential Plant Nutrients
  • Soil and Root Environment
  • Soil Texture
  • Soil Separate Sizes
  • Soil Textural Classes
  • Soil structure Classes
  • Structureless
  • Soil Porosity and Permeability
  • Soil Air
  • Composition of Soil Air
  • Soil Strength
  • Soil Color
  • Soil Temperature
  • Soil Water
  • Other Soil Physical Properties
  • Tilth
  • Soil Colloids and Chemical Properties
  • Organic colloids (Humus)
  • Cation Exchange
  • The Soil Reaction (pH)
  • Origin of Organic Soils
  • Soil Biology and Ecology
  • Soil Formation
  • Changes During Soil Formation
  • Physical Weathering
  • Climate and Soil Formation
  • Biota and Soil Formation
  • Topography and soil Formation
  • Time and Soil Formation
  • Interactions of Soil Foming Factors
  • Soil  Taxonomy



Soil Organic Matter and Humus
 

  • Interaction Between Soil Biota, Soil Organic Matter and soil Structure
  • Fungal and Bacterial Pathways of Organic Matter Decomposition and Nitrogen Mineralization in Arable Soils
  • Soil structure and Soil Organic Matter Storage
  • Microbial Influence
  • Food Web in Soil
  • Formation Mechanisms of Complex Organic Sructures in Soil Habitates
  • Organisms Involved in Organic Matter Formation
  • Chemohetertrophic animals
  • Saprophytic Bacteria fungi and protozoa
  • Oxidoreductive enzymes
  • synthetic Reactions in Soil
  • Degradative Processes
  • Types of Plant Material for Decomposition
  • The pathway of lignin decomposition
  • Microorganims for Lignin biodegradation
  • Acquired stability
  • Synthetic Processes for Humus Formation
  • The Role of Oxidative Coupling in Humus Formation
  • Theories of Humus Formation
  • Modern theories of humification
  • Nutrient Dynamics
  • Environmental Regulation of Organic Matter Management
  • Methods of Organic Matter Recycling
  • In situe manuring
  • Ex-situ manuring
  • Biological Manuring



In-Situe Manuring
 

  • In-Situe Manuring by Animal
  • The System
  • Advantages
  • Limitations
  • Varification of Farmers
  • Experiences
  • Sustainability
  • Prospects
  • Insitu Manuring with Plants (Green Manures)
  • Benefits of Using Green Manures
  • Enhance soil fertility
  • Supplement for nutrients
  • Improved soil structure
  • Prevention of soil erosion
  • Weed control
  • Method of Use
  • Green Manuring in Situ
  • Green Leaf Manuring
  • Place in Farming System
  • Green manures in rotation
  • Green manures and undersowing
  • Long term green manures
  • Green manures as mulch
  • Green manures in agroforestry
  • Management of Green Manuring
  • Time of sowing and seed rate
  • Seed treatment
  • Stem cuttings
  • Mixed cropping
  • Inter cropping
  • Border planting
  • Phosphorus response
  • Digging in green manures
  • The Choice of Green Manure
  • Other Important Considerations
  • Achieving sustainability in the use of green manures
  • Sustainability
  • Experiences worldwide


Ex-Situ Manuring
 

  • Available Potential of Organic Materials for Ex-stu Manuring
  • Organic Resources and Potential
  • Livestock and Human wastes
  • Crop residues, tree wastes and aquatic weeds
  • Urban and rural wastes
  • Agro industries by products
  • Marine wastes
  • Agricultural Waste
  • Crop Residues
  • Agro Industrial Wastes
  • Rice husk
  • Bagasse
  • Pressmud
  • Tea wastes
  • Coir waste
  • Characteristics of Agricultural Wastes
  • Phosphorus
  • pH
  • Bio Plant Growth Promoters
  • Livestock wastes
  • Type of Production Unit
  • Species and Age of Animal
  • Other Factors
  • Beel Cattle
  • Slotted Floors
  • Dairy Cattle
  • Utilization of Agricultural Organic Waste
  • Recycling of organic materials for fertilization
  • Direct incorporation of organic materials in the soil
  • Organic Mulch
  • Concentrated Organic Manures
  • Aquatic Weeds
  • Aquatic Weeds as Source of Energy
  • Aquatic Weeds as Organic Manures
  • Oilcakes
  • How to Use Oilcakes
  • Cattle Pig and Poultry Manures
  • Poultry
  • Litter Grown
  • Cage Grown
  • Meat meal
  • Bloodmeal
  • Fishmeal
  • Horn-and -hoofmeal
  • Collection and Storage of organic waste
  • Economic Value of Organic Waste
  • Availability of Organic Waste in India
  • Processing of Agriculture Waste

Production of Compost
 

  • Composting
  • Importance of Composting
  • Maximizing the Nutrients availability form Agrients availability form Agricultural Compost
  • Effect on Soil and Crop
  • Method of spreading compost
  • Rate of Application
  • Time of Application
  • Classification of Composting
  • Oxygen Availability
  • Aerobic composting
  • Anaerobic composting
  • Temperature
  • Method of Operation
  • Enclosed digester
  • Window composting
  • Kinefics of composting
  • Biochemistry
  • Carbon Nitrogen Balance
  • Ideal C.N.Ratio in Heap
  • Moisture Content
  • Ingredients to Avoid
  • Paratoxics
  • Temperature
  • Oxygen Availability
  • pH
  • Microbes Involved in composting
  • Activators of Biodegradation
  • Design Criteria
  • Type and Amount of compost
  • The Climate
  • Availability of Land
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