Adoption And Certification Of Organic Farming With Emphasis On

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SHEEL Biotech Ltd., New Delhi is an ISO 9001: 2008 Company founded in 1994.
Regional offices all over India
The company is managed by experts and professionals of high repute with
outstanding knowledge and experience.
Experience: Over 20 years in Agri-business in seeds/ planting material/saplings,
green house and organic adoption and certification.
Established Divisions: Tissue Culture Lab, Imports, Floriculture, Organic
Farming and Certification , Environment, Seed and planting material , other
joint ventures and International tie-ups.
ORGANIC DIVISION is actively engaged in implementing the “Adoption and
Certification of Organic Farming” projects in 8 different states of India about
38000 ha area
Corporate office
Sheel Bio Tech Ltd.
Sheel House, 2705/29 Tuglakabhad Extension, New Delhi - 48, India
Phone : 91-11-29993445-53 , Fax : 91-11-29993450
Mobile: +91 9811334455, +91 9811168432
Email : [email protected], www.sheelbiotech.com
Regional offices
HARYANA
Kamal Farm, Manesar
Distt. Gurgoan
Ph : 09811334455
RAJASTHAN
65, Shivaji Nagar
Civil Line, Jaipur
Ph : 09829060649
UTTAR PRADESH
Biotech Park, Kursi Road
Jankipuram, Lucknow
Ph : 09415601339
ASSAM
Anand Nagar, House No-30
2nd Floor, Six Mile, Near Axis
Bank Guwahati- 781022
Ph : 9707025084
MAHARASTRA
Shrineewassankol Block C4
Bhandara, Dhanshan Colony
Telegaon, Pune
Ph: 09823861239
SIKKIM
Kanchanjangha Residency
Metro Point
NH 31A, Gangtok, Sikkim
Ph: 09830346510
TRIPURA
33 Office Lane
Agartala
Tripura
Ph: 09862114501
UTTARAKHAND
Kumar House
Railway Station Road
Kashipur, Uttarakhand
Ph: 09927306266
MIZORAM
House No L-73/1
Chawnpuii
Ph: 09863371612
MEGHALAYA
Ajmera Marble , G.S Road, Police Bazzar , Shilong, Meghalaya
S.no
Project Name
State
Area (ha)
Status
1
Adoption & Certification
(NHM/RKVY)
Chhattisgarh
4050 (Phase-I, II &
III)
Phase- I & II completed, IC-1, IC-2 &
C-3 certificate issued by Lacon
Quality Certification
2
ICS Development and
Management (SOM)
Sikkim
7550 (Phase-I, II &
III)
Phase-1 completed, IC-1,IC-2 & C-3
certificate issued by One-cert , SGS
& ECOCERT
3
ICS Development and
Management (SOM)
Sikkim
1230 Cardamom
Certification by One-cert Asia Agri
Certification, IC-1 issued
4
Adoption & Certification
(NHM/State Plan)
Odisha
5000 (Phase-I, II &
III)
IC-1 & IC-2 certificates issued by
SGS Certification
5
Adoption & Certification
(NHM/KSACC)
Kerala
2000 Cashew
IC-1 certificate issued by Lacon
Quality Certification
6
Adoption & Certification
(NHM/SHM)
Kerala
500
Under progress
7
Baseline Survey & ICS
Development (RKVY)
Assam
1950 (Phase-I & II)
IC-1 Certificate issued by SGS
Certification
8
Adoption & Certification
(RKVY)
Andhra
Pradesh
2000
Under Initiation
9
Adoption & Certification
(HMNEH)
Arunachal
Pradesh
500
Under progress
10
Adoption & Certification
(HMNEH)
Meghalaya
13000
Empanelled
8 States
37780
200 Staff
Total Area Projects
Manpower
Deployment and
Trainers’ Training
Farmers Cluster
Formation of 50 ha
each
Farmers Organized
Training on all aspects of
Organic Farming,
Certification & Marketing
Base Line Survey
and Appraisal
Training of
Farmers
Action
PlanPreProduction
Registration of
Farmers
Collection and
analysis of soil
Samples for soil
health
Generation of
Farmers’ unique
ID and Soil
Health Card
On-Farm Input Management
Demonstrations and
Distribution of Biofertilizers & Bio-pesticides
Action
PlanProduction
Internal Control
System (ICS)
documentation
Farmers refresher Trainings
through cluster meetings &
Demonstrations on On-Farm
Input Management
Field data collection
and “trace-net” entry
for Traceability and
Certification as per NPOP
and EU regulations
ACTION PLAN (Contd…….)
Internal Inspections
twice annually by
ICS
Creation of Self Help
Groups/Society of Farmers
and Post- Harvest
Management Training
Non Compliances ,
Sanctions , Approvals and
submission of AFL & yield
data to Certification Body
External Inspections
and Certification by
APEDA accredited
Certification Body
Facilitation in Marketing of Organic Produce through linking
Farmers with Retail and Export Market Chains
Action
PlanPost
Production
The Field Staff will be provided with rigorous training on
all the aspects of Organic Farming and Certification by
organic farming and Certification experts on:
Organic Standards (NPOP/NSOP, EU- 834/2007 and NOP/USDA )
On-Farm input management (Different Composts and Herbal
Sprays)
Organic Crops management practices
Data recording for Traceability
Internal Control System (ICS) and its role in Certification
Certification and requirements
Marketing of Organic Produce
The registered farmers will be provided with training in three different
ways :
• Appraisal Training at the time of Registration (Why a Farmer should
join the program)
• Organized Training of Farmers on all aspects of Organic Farming and
Certification by the experts
• Refresher Training of Farmers through Cluster meetings and
demonstrations on On-Farm inputs preparation and use as a
continuous process for three years.
The registered farmers will be provided with training on all aspects of
organic farming , certification and Marketing by experts :
Training on need and scope of Organic Farming
Organic Standards
Selection of proper seeds & planting materials
Techniques of management/ preparing Cheaper and eco-friendly on-farm inputs
including Biodynamic compost, NADEP compost, CPP compost, vermi compost,
vermi wash, beejamrit, jeewamrit, bio-gas etc.
Green manuring, crop rotations, inter cropping, Mulching etc.
Bio pesticides and bio- fertilizers
Contd..
Need of organic Certification and its Requirement
Internal Control System (ICS) for quality assurance
Risks in Organic production and its management
Internal and External Inspection
Record Keeping
Value Addition and Marketing of Organic Produce
The farmers will be provided with literature on NSOP guidelines, Organic
Inputs Management, Package of Practices for Organic Crops, Farm Diary
GLIMPSES OF FARMERS’ TRAINING, SIKKIM-1
GLIMPSES OF FARMERS’ TRAINING, ASSAM-1
GLIMPSES OF FARMERS’ TRAINING, ASSAM-1
GLIMPSES OF FARMERS’ TRAINING, KERALA
Refresher Training to Farmers will be provided on
continuous basis by field staff and experts through:
• Cluster (Organic Club) meetings
• Demonstrations on On-Farm Input preparations and
application
• Customized Farmer Training
• Organic Crop production activities
• Marketing of Organic Produce

Each farmer needs to be trained and motivated through demonstrations to
manage ecofriendly & cheaper organic inputs on his / her own farm
including:
1.
Seeds and planting materials
2.
NADEP Compost
3.
CPP Compost
4.
Vermi Compost
5.
Vermi Wash
6.
Beejamrit
7.
Jeevamrit
8.
Liquid bio fertilizer-cum-pesticide,
9.
Green Manuring and Crop rotations
The following are major constraints in On-Farm inputs management:
•
Poor or lack of knowledge about eco-friendly On-Farm inputs
management & its significance
•
Burning of Manures as fire wood for cooking
•
Burning of Manures of crop residue in the fields to clear the fields for next
crop sowing like Paddy, Wheat & Sugarcane straw
•
Low land holding and poor farmers
•
Due to psychological impact the farmers have become depentent on
chemical inputs
•
Lack of research and development activity supported by demonstrative
studies and critical crop stage interventions
• The Package of Practices designed based on the
climate and regional suitability including OnFarm inputs management practices, crop rotations
and good agricultural practices is the need of the
hour
• Decrease in crop yields during initial two years
• No organized market for sale of organic produce
• No higher price for organic produce in
comparison with inorganic produce
• Broken border of the organic field with adjoining inorganic
fields
• Drift of chemical pesticide sprays from the neighbouring
inorganic fields
• Soil errosion from the neighbouring inorganic fields
• High use of chemical inputs in neighbour-hood
• Parallel production of organic and inorganic crops
• Storage of organic and inorganic inputs together
• Storage & transport of organic and inorganic produce together
I. Cultural and Mechenical practices:
• Hot water treatment
• Setting seeds in dry dung cakes
• Right time sowing and harvesting
• Crop sanitation
• Crop rotations
• Light traps
• Use of pheromone traps
IV. Use
of Bio-pesticides (Micrbials) and Botanical pesticides:
• Trichoderma & Pseudomonas for plant diseases control
• Beauveria, Metarhyzium, Verticillium for insect control
• Neem seed Kernel & Neem Oil products for insect control
• Use of Herbal spray prepared with any one of Neem leaves,
Ipomoea, Lantana, Vitex, Calotropis etc. for insect control
• Use of Nuclear Polihydrosis Virus (NPV) for insect control
IV. Use
of Other Cultural Practices:
• Better Siol Management- Cover crops, Green
Manuring, apply sufficient quantities of Compost
& Inter crops
• Adopt crop rotations

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