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In India, New Technologies Help Farmers Take Better Advantage of their Land

Thanks to new farming technologies that make better use of their hilly land in the mountainous tribal area in the country's northeast, farmers like Mr. Omoilo and Mrs. Dibi who participate in FRB’s India-Patharkhmah program are harvesting more food for home consumption and income.

08/18/2014 | Comments: 0 | Add Comment | Read More

In India, new technologies help farmers take better advantage of their land

Thanks to new farming technologies that make better use of their hilly land in the mountainous tribal area in the country’s northeast, farmers like Mr. Omoilo and Mrs. Dibi who participate in FRB’s India-Patharkhmah program are harvesting more food for home consumption and income.

Mrs. Dibi is a poor farmer with two sons who farms a small plot of land her parents gave her at the time of her marriage. She has participated in the farmers club program in her village since 2009, and, after attending various trainings through the years, she is practicing several of the methods she’s learned in order to take full advantage of her farmland.

07/15/2014 | Comments: 0 | Add Comment | Read More

In India, Shanti looks forward to improved yields and income

Shanti is a 36-year-old participant in FRB’s India-Patharkhmah program who lives and farms with her husband and son in a small village. They are a poor family, but as a result of their hard work they were able to buy an acre of land on which they cultivated rice.

In 2010 Shanti joined a farmers’ club in her village. She participated in as many club events as she could, including various trainings and exposure visits on kitchen gardens, Sloping Agriculture Land Technology (SALT)

12/02/2013 | Comments: 0 | Add Comment | Read More
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