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  1. Aman Singh

    Organic Langar At Darbar Sahib (golden Temple), Amritsar

    The sangat coming to pay obeisance at Golden Temple would soon have the chance to have organic langar. In a landmark decision that is sure to delight environmentalists and pilgrims alike, SGPC has decided to grow natural organic vegetables and grains at its Sattlani Sahib farms near Amritsar...
  2. K

    Science Debunks The Organic Fantasy Garden

    http://www.realclearscience.com/articles/2012/09/05/science_debunks_the_organic_fantasy_garden_106363.html Science Debunks the Organic Fantasy Garden By Alex B. Berezow & Tom Hartsfield A familiar dilemma: to grab the allegedly wholesome, overpriced carton of berries under the halogen...
  3. Vikram singh

    Punjab Farmers Profit From Organic Boom

    Bathinda, India (CNN) -- The northwest state of Punjab is popularly known as the breadbasket of India. But many local farmers say that decades of using chemicals and pesticides, encouraged by the government, has caused health problems including cancer. It's a point of view borne out by...
  4. S

    Sikh News Organic Farming Becoming Popular In Punjab (New Kerala)

    By Sunil Sharma, Chandigarh, Dec.9 : Organic farming is becoming popular in Punjab, the granary of India. The State has been facing serious problems due to the deterioration of soil and sub-soil water, including drinking water, due to the use of chemical fertilisers and pesticides by farmers...
  5. S

    Sikh News Organic Farming Becoming Popular In Punjab (ANI Via Yahoo! India News)

    By Sunil Sharma Chandigarh, Dec.9 (ANI): Organic farming is becoming popular in Punjab, the granary of India. The State has been facing serious problems due to the deterioration of soil and sub-soil water, including drinking water, due to the use of chemical fertilisers and pesticides by...
  6. S

    Sikh News Punjab To Take Organic Way To Keep Pests At Bay (Indian Express Via Yahoo! India

    IN a bid to fight hazardous affects of chemical pesticides, Punjab has taken up an ambitious project to produce and sell neem-based pesticide to farmers. The Punjab State Council for Science and Technology (PSCST) has begun the pilot project, in which more than 70 tonnes of neem fruit will be...
  7. S

    Sikh News Punjab Goes Organic For Pest Control (Indian Express Via Yahoo! India News)

    In a bid to counter hazardous effects of chemical pesticides, Punjab has taken up an ambitious project to produce and sell neem-based pesticide to farmers. The Punjab State Council for Science and Technology (PSCST) has begun the pilot project, in which more than 70 tonnes of neem fruit will be...
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