Organic Farming

Organic Farming methods combine scientific knowledge of ecology and modern technology, with traditional farming practices, based on naturally occurring biological processes. While conventional agriculture uses synthetic pesticides and water-soluble synthetically purified fertilizers. Organic farmers are restricted by regulations to using natural pesticides and fertilizers.

Need of organic farming

With the increase in population our compulsion would be; not only to stabilize agricultural production but to increase it further, in sustainable manner. The scientists have realized that the ‘Green Revolution’ with high input use has reached a plateau. Thus, a natural balance needs to be maintained at any cost for existence of life. Hence, following needs to be done:

  • Protecting the long term fertility of soils
  • Small farmers to get fair expenses for their work
  • Soil micro-organisms convert atmospheric nitrogen into fixed nitrogen, which is available to the plant, and in turn, the bacteria derive nutrients from plant tissues. Thus, encouraging soil biological activity.

What we do...

India has emerged as a prominent global supplier of organic produce. Organic farming companies are mostly export oriented but Axiom endeavors that Indians should also relish Purity and Hygiene & hence to make it affordable to Indians and to replenish the planet simultaneously, Axiom carries out the following:

  • Axiom owns an Organic Herbal Garden of more than 20 acres for Aloevera, Wheatgrass and Tulsi production.
  • To support local farmers; contract farming is done for Aloevera and other herbs, with the use of natural fertilizers.
  • All produces are harvested keeping sustainability and ecological balance in mind.
  • Farmers are well-paid and are encouraged for maintaining soil's natural bio-activity.
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