The NGO is working on the project “Soil and Water Test” Make Soil Health and Save Soil. The NGO is a registered Non-Governmental Organization. The organizations conduct Agriculture acitivity / efforts in the District and believe coupling research with education to promote conservation is essential.
Project goals include
The duration of the project is eight month. Funding will help to make small scale farmer soil test so they can save 5 to 6 rupees per farmer on extra use of fertilizer, pesticide. We also do the Organic awareness camp on farming and benefit of jivamrut, vermicompost.
The NGO provide Organic farming and aware to farmer on soil and water testing .we target small scale farmer and suicide farmer family. our vision is
We selected these locations because
Fostering positive attitudes and behaviors toward these and other species is part of NGO’s vision.
Conservation/management significance of the expected outcomes
NGO will complete the project on proper time and give the detail after 15 days regularaly.
NGO’s objectives is to help famer save their extra use of fertilizer so they can save their money. It is also profit of production.
It is most imp concept to save the soil. Organic carbon is main part of soil and day by day it decrease due to use of chemical fertiilizer so Organic carbon development is more imp to soil health.. A soil test is important for several reasons: to optimize crop production, to protect the environment from contamination by runoff and leaching of excess fertilizers, to aid in the diagnosis of plant culture problems, to improve the nutritional balance of the growing media and to save money and conserve energy .
Soil Testing: Its importance and benefits
In modern agriculture, soil testing is the most important practise to manage fertiliser application and crop production. Without soil testing, it is very difficult to ensure the right application of fertilisers for the crop and get the optimum yield.
What is soil testing?
The process by which elements such as phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, sodium, sulphur, manganese, copper and zinc are chemically removed from the soil and measured for their available content within the sample of soil is called Soil Testing. This is an important diagnostic tool for determining the nutrient for plants.
What are the objectives of soil testing?
The Objectives of Soil Testing are:
What are the benefits of soil testing?
Why should farmers get their soil tested?
"Healthy soil is the foundation of a healthy crop and healthy farm."
What are the Soil Testing benefits for Farmers?
Soil testing provides plenty of benefits for farmers. Healthy soil improves crop growth. Farmers can begin testing their soil before harvest season to get a jump on how they can improve their soil. These benefits can help farmers by:
What are the Environmental Benefits of Soil Testing?
Soil sampling can also help the environment. Regular usage can wear out the land on which you grow your crops. The biggest impact soil testing has on environmental benefits mean:
Goal and Objectives
Due to Free soil testing will awaken the desire of many farmers to do soil testing and the number of soil testers will increase day by day, thus creating awareness among farmers and reducing the quantity of chemical fertilizers. Seeing each other, the other farmers will also awaken the desire to do soil testing, the Number of soil testing will increase and the more farmers who do soil testing, the more they will save in chemical fertilizer, they will also save money in the form of soil testing.