Organic farming is very much native to this land. Whosoever tries to write a history of organic farming will have to refer to India and China. The farmers of these two countries are farmers of 40 centuries and it is organic farming that sustained them. This concept of organic farming is based on the following principles:
Nature is the best role model for farming, since it does not use any inputs nor demand unreasonable quantities of water.
The entire system is based on intimate understanding of nature’s ways. The system does not believe in mining of the soil of its nutrients and do not degrade it in any way for today’s needs.
The soil in this system is a living entity
The soil’s living population of microbes and other organisms are significant contributors to its fertility on a sustained basis and must be protected and nurtured at all cost.
The total environment of the soil, from soil structure to soil cover is more important.
In today’s terminology it is a method of farming system which primarily aims at cultivating the land and raising crops in such a way, as to keep the soil alive and in good health by use of organic wastes (crop, animal and farm wastes, aquatic wastes) and other biological materials along with beneficial microbes (biofertilizers) to release nutrients to crops for increased sustainable production in an eco-friendly pollution free environment.
The reason why organic agriculture is enforced in many nations is because it minimizes the use of various harmful chemicals that have hazardous effects on crops in the field. Here, there is more focus on using natural ways to enhance the quality of soil and the cultivated crops. Organic agriculture is nothing more than a modernization in agriculture. It is a combination of science, technology and nature.
In organic production, farmers choose not to use some of the convenient chemical tools available to other farmers. Design and management of the production system are critical to the success of the farm. Select enterprises that complement each other and choose crop rotation and tillage practices to avoid or reduce crop problems.
We value location specific traditional knowledge and practices which are documented and disseminated in the interest of farmers as best low cost package of practices. We empower the farming community with guidance and support for pesticide free cultivation as well as provide them a global platform for selling their produces and by the way ensure them better income and quality of life Our farmer clusters are spread across the Western Ghat tropical region of Kerala State & grow spices majorly Black/Green/white Pepper, Turmeric,Dry Ginger,Nutmeg,Clove and Cinnamon We are working with farmer groups of Kerala, Tamilnadu and Karnataka states. We also have a Joint Venture Backward Integration Operation in seed spices at Central region of India and produces all seed spices, namely cumin, Fennel,Mustard, Dill seed,Fenugreek.
We also cater to customer requirements like allergen free, gluten free, high VO, high Curcumin, high piperin, aflatoxin free, sulphur free etc.
We solicit enquiries from genuine Fairtrade and organic companies as well as small farmer organizations.