Monday, July 1, 2013

Organic & Medicinal Plant’s Cultivation Training Program at Pink City

HCMS is organizing a 2 days Medicinal Plant’s Cultivation Training Program at pink City Jaipur in the Second week (12th November- 13th November)  2016.You can have complete guide to growing, harvesting, and marketing stevia leaves .Valuable information is compiled from growers, research trials, and the author’s own experience. Includes stevia leaf buyers, sellers, and other resources. Practical Training provided by the Technical experts having experienced of 12-15 years. Attendy could be individuals, Co-operates and rural farmers. Session includes market strategic, availability, future of medicinal plant,trading and export opportunities various knowledgeable information available for entrepreneur.Training also include knowledge about organic farming,Aloevera,Jatropha farming,Lemon Grass.


OBJECTIVES OF TRAINING PROGRAM:-

1.The complete information about commercial cultivation of medicinal plants and Stevia cultivation.
2.Before starting cultivation what parameters has to be taken?
3.Include field level primary processing /value addition activities.
4.Converting your business into small scale industries ?
5.On what parameters/standard Medicinal cultivation done?
6.Marketing aspects & services?
7.Profit percentage from single buyer and how much it is effective?
8.Guarantee of Buy back guarantor?
9.Certified plant saplings and seeds, surety of certification and standardization of material?
10.How can you choose any medicinal plants according to your place climate, Land soil and water availability?
11.List of Government certified & approved Herbal plants?
12.Climatically conditions, environmental improvement and soil improvement.
13.Employment to unemployed people?
14.Promotions of Herbal plants according to Government Schemes?
15.Medicinal farming through organic preparation?
16.Cultivation of Medicinal plants with minimum water level?
17.Safety about climatic diseases in Medicinal Herbs?
18.How to prepare nursery of Medicinal plants?
19.Subsidy from Central and State Government?
20.Formalities for Organic Certification?
21. Bankable projects and bank loan?


VISIT INCLUDES DURING TRAINING SESSION

1.Vermicompost processing unit.
2.Stevia Farm Visit
3.Aloe-Vera farm visit and technical knowledge about sowing, harvesting, marketing and export.
(a) How to extract pulp from Aloe-Vera leaf?
(b) How to extract Juice from leaf?
4.Lemongrass farm visit.
5.Jatropha farm visit.

TRAINING DETAIL:-

Training Duration:- 2 days

Training Time:- 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Training Place:- Jaipur

Training Type:- Residential Training

TRAINING FACILITIES:-

We are providing following facilities to trainee :

• Breakfast & Lunch
• Farm visit


Contact for Registration:-Mr.Prashant Chaturvedi
Mob +91-8107379410
Mob +91-9351451120





Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Mob-8107379410,9351451120
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in
Web:www.hcms.org.in

"Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

ORGANIC CULTIVATION IN INDIA

In 2006-07, around 4.32 lakh ha reported organic produce — a large portion came from wild and non-agricultural land — which has now reached around 11 lakh ha, as per the recent report ‘The World of Organic Agriculture, 2013’ by FiBL and IFOAM (Research Institute of Organic Agriculture and International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements).

“The growth rate has reached around 20% per year, much higher than early expectations.


The current market for organic foods in India is pegged at Rs.2,500 crore, which according to ASSOCHAM, is expected to reach Rs.6,000 crore by 2015.
It’ll still leave us at 1% of the global market. Thus, a huge potential is seen in the nascent Indian organic sector.

“Apart from states like Sikkim or MP, we’re seeing a rising interest in Gujarat, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, UP and Bihar,”Organic products, which until now were mainly being exported, are now finding consumers in the domestic market.


* Regions reap their rewards

North
Growth: In UP, organic certification has gone up 36 fold in the last six years. The area under organic cultivation rose from 3,034 to 111,644 ha.

However, most of the organic farming  is under a corporate-farmer contract. In Haryana, with hardly any takers till 2008, organic crops today are produced in more than 10,000 ha.

However, Punjab farmers have shown little interest. Of the total 4046 lakh ha of land under cultivation, only a minuscule portion 2104 ha is under organic farming.

Popular organic crops: Nearly 40,000 farmers in UP are growing organic wheat, rice, pulses, maize, and numerous herbs like Tulsi, Ashwagandh, Aloe Vera.

Haryana grows mostly vegetables like tomato, beans, or fruits like summer-squash, melons and mangoes.


South
Growth: In Kerala, at least 40 % of the farming is organic and the state is set to become the second fully organic state after Sikkim in 2016.

From 7,000 ha in 2007, the state has spread organic cultivation to 16,000 ha. In Andhra Pradesh another 11,500 ha would be added to the current 4273.54 ha this year.

In Karnataka, under the organic programmes of the state, an area of 1,18,676 ha has seen organic farming benefiting around one lakh farmers, said R Anuradha, agriculture department.

Popular organic crops: More than grains and pulses in Kerala organic farming is prevalent in cash crops, rice and vegetables.

In Andhra’s smaller towns and villages, people are slowly shifting to organically grown rice, ragi and other millets.

In Karnataka, crops like pepper, vanilla, coffee, nutmeg — which are not available in other parts of India — are a popular choice.


North East
Growth: 30.92 lakh ha out of the net cultivated area of 43 lakh ha in the region have never seen the use of chemical fertilisers.

Almost 89% of farmland is categorised as organic in Mizoram, which passed an Organic Act in 2004. Whereas Meghalaya, a major strawberry producer, eyes a turnout of 500 MT from the current 250 MT a year.

Popular organic crops: Much of the area in the region is taken up by paddy, vegetables and fruits such as grapes.

The more prosperous farmers are into cultivation of medicinal plants, rose and anthurium, primarily for export.

“Mizoram has become the largest anthurium flower producer in India, owing to almost 98% of women anthurium growers,”


West
Growth: Gujarat has seen substantial growth in organic farming. It currently utilises around 42,000 ha under organic farming.

Maharashtra has been a front runner in organic farming with around 6.5 lakh ha under it, a huge rise from 18,786 ha in 2005-06.

In Rajasthan, there has been a ten-fold increase. From around 22,000 ha in 2005-06, the state has taken a leap to 2,17,712 ha.

Popular organic crops: Gujarat grows organic wheat, pulses and fruits like mango, chikoo and papaya. While cotton, turmeric, ginger are some crops grown in Rajasthan.

In Maharashtra, cotton, cereals, fruits dominate the organic farming scene. The state has initiated  a pilot project to grow grapes that will produce organic wine.





Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Mob-8107379410,9351451120
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in
Web:www.hcms.org.in

"Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”

HCMS SERVICES

Information related to Medicinal/Horticulture Farming and Herbal Industrial Units

Soil/Water Testing in our Research Institutes

Prepare Project Reports and Provide Technical Information of the Report

Supply High Quality Seeds / Seedlings and also Provide Information about Raw Materials to the industrial units

Practical Training for medicinal and horticulture plantation through our professionally skilled agriculture experts

Time to time Crop Testing through our agriculture experts

Information about bank loans and other financial assistances

Facility of Agriculture Insurance (possible crops only)

Buy Back Agreements of the crops

Laboratory Test Reports certifying their quality




Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Mob-8107379410,9351451120
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in
Web:www.hcms.org.in

"Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”



The Diabetes Pandemic India...The World's Diabetes Epicentre

The Diabetes Pandemic is around.The International Diabetes Federation's atlas shows that diabetes now affects a staggering 246 million people worldwide, with 46% of all those affected in the 35-49 age group.The global prevalence of diabetes will go up from 8.6% in 2012 to 9.8 % in 2030 and the numbers of people affected with diabetes will go up from 285 million to 435 million.India leads the global top ten countries in terms of the highest number of people with diabetes with a current figure of approximately 50 million which is expected to rise to about 87 million in 2030,India has therefore ,been labelled as the "diabetes capital of the world ".

It is also startling that by 2025,every 5th person with diabetes in the world would be an Indian.There is data to suggest that diabetes occurs about a decade earlier compared to Europeans.The Urban and Rural Prevalence of diabetes is between 6-8% and 2.5-3.5% respectively.Another hidden threat taking the proportion of an epidemic is Prediabetes with Global Prevalence being 7.9% (344 million people) in 2010,expected to rise to 8.4%(472 million people) by 2030.There is also a high risk of conversion of Prediabetes  to diabetes.

The age of onset of diabetes in Asian Indians is usually a decade or more earlier than Caucasians.For the same body mass index Asian Indians also have more fat and especially centrally located abdominal fat.The social and economic impact of this burden of diabetes is huge.India is home to the largest number of people with diabetes but,unfortunately,expenditure on treatment is only 20%.An approach that addresses the various risk factors of diabetes will be needed to curb the rapidly growing epidemic of diabetes.

There is an urgent need for lifestyle intervention,with the incorporation of a healthy diet,an increase in physical activity and weight reduction as a means of preventing diabetes in those who are in the prediabetic stage and thus prevent  the diabetes epidemic,which is looming large in our country.



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ISO 9001:2000 Certified

Mob:08107379410
Address:301,Mahaveer Nagar-II,Durgapura,Jaipur-302018
info@hcms.org.in
Web:www.hcms.org.in

"Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”





Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Medicinal Plant’s Cultivation Training Program at Pink City


HCMS is organizing a 2 days Stevia (natural sugar plant) and Medicinal Plant’s Cultivation Training Program at Pink City Jaipur in the First week (5th November - 6th November)  2016.You can have complete guide to growing, harvesting, and marketing stevia leaves .Valuable information is compiled from growers, research trials, and the author’s own experience. Includes stevia leaf buyers, sellers, and other resources. Practical Training provided by the Technical experts having experienced of 12-15 years. Attendy could be individuals, Co-operates and rural farmers. Session includes market strategic, availability, future of medicinal plant,trading and export opportunities various knowledgeable information available for entrepreneur.Training also include knowledge about organic farming,Aloevera,Jatropha farming,Lemon Grass.


OBJECTIVES OF TRAINING PROGRAM:-

1.The complete information about commercial cultivation of medicinal plants and Stevia cultivation.
2.Before starting cultivation what parameters has to be taken?
3.Include field level primary processing /value addition activities.
4.Converting your business into small scale industries ?
5.On what parameters/standard Medicinal cultivation done?
6.Marketing aspects & services?
7.Profit percentage from single buyer and how much it is effective?
8.Guarantee of Buy back guarantor?
9.Certified plant saplings and seeds, surety of certification and standardization of material?
10.How can you choose any medicinal plants according to your place climate, Land soil and water availability?
11.List of Government certified & approved Herbal plants?
12.Climatically conditions, environmental improvement and soil improvement.
13.Employment to unemployed people?
14.Promotions of Herbal plants according to Government Schemes?
15.Medicinal farming through organic preparation?
16.Cultivation of Medicinal plants with minimum water level?
17.Safety about climatic diseases in Medicinal Herbs?
18.How to prepare nursery of Medicinal plants?
19.Subsidy from Central and State Government?
20.Formalities for Organic Certification?
21. Bankable projects and bank loan?


VISIT INCLUDES DURING TRAINING SESSION

1.Vermicompost processing unit.
2.Stevia Farm Visit
3.Aloe-Vera farm visit and technical knowledge about sowing, harvesting, marketing and export.
(a) How to extract pulp from Aloe-Vera leaf?
(b) How to extract Juice from leaf?
4.Lemongrass farm visit.
5.Jatropha farm visit.

TRAINING DETAIL:-

Training Duration:- 2 days

Training Time:- 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Training Place:- Jaipur

Training Type:- Residential Training

TRAINING FACILITIES:-

We are providing following facilities to trainee :

• Food
• Farm visit


Contact for Registration:-Mr.Prashant Chaturvedi
Mob +91-8107379410
Mob +91-9351451120




Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Mob-8107379410,9351451120
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in
Web:www.hcms.org.in

"Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Agro-climatic conditions in India



In India, the development of organic agriculture is receiving increasing attention among farmers, producers, processors, traders, exporters and consumers. Growing consciousness of health hazards due to the possible contamination of farm produce from the use of chemical fertilizers have immensely contributed to the revival of this form of farming during the last five years. 

Agro-climatic conditions in India and our agricultural biodiversity are conducive to organic agriculture and, hence, offer : tremendous scope for cultivation of a wide range of organic products. India is now understood to be a potential supplier of organic products to the international market. Presently, India is exporting these products to Europe, US and Japan and volumes are looking up.Farming  systems  dependent  on  input  of  artificial  fertilizers  and/or  chemicals  and pesticides or which are not in conformity with the basic standards of organic production.



Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Mob-8107379410,9351451120
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in
Web:www.hcms.org.in

"Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

What are the environmental benefits of organic Cultivation


Sustainability over the long term. Many changes observed in the environment are long term, occurring slowly over time. Organic agriculture considers the medium- and long-term effect of agricultural interventions on the agro-ecosystem. It aims to produce food while establishing an ecological balance to prevent soil fertility or pest problems. Organic agriculture takes a proactive approach as opposed to treating problems after they emerge.

Soil- Soil building practices such as crop rotations, inter-cropping, symbiotic associations, cover crops, organic fertilizers and minimum tillage are central to organic practices. These encourage soil fauna and flora, improving soil formation and structure and creating more stable systems. In turn, nutrient and energy cycling is increased and the retentive abilities of the soil for nutrients and water are enhanced, compensating for the non-use of mineral fertilizers. Such management techniques also play an important role in soil erosion control. The length of time that the soil is exposed to erosive forces is decreased, soil biodiversity is increased, and nutrient losses are reduced, helping to maintain and enhance soil productivity. Crop export of nutrients is usually compensated by farm-derived renewable resources but it is sometimes necessary to supplement organic soils with potassium, phosphate, calcium, magnesium and trace elements from external sources.

Water- In many agriculture areas, pollution of groundwater courses with synthetic fertilizers and pesticides is a major problem. As the use of these is prohibited in organic agriculture, they are replaced by organic fertilizers (e.g. compost, animal manure, green manure) and through the use of greater biodiversity (in terms of species cultivated and permanent vegetation), enhancing soil structure and water infiltration. Well managed organic systems with better nutrient retentive abilities, greatly reduce the risk of groundwater pollution. In some areas where pollution is a real problem, conversion to organic agriculture is highly encouraged as a restorative measure.

Air and climate change- Organic agriculture reduces non-renewable energy use by decreasing agrochemical needs (these require high quantities of fossil fuel to be produced). Organic agriculture contributes to mitigating the greenhouse effect and global warming through its ability to sequester carbon in the soil. Many management practices used by organic agriculture (e.g. minimum tillage, returning crop residues to the soil, the use of cover crops and rotations, and the greater integration of nitrogen-fixing legumes), increase the return of carbon to the soil, raising productivity and favouring carbon storage. A number of studies revealed that soil organic carbon contents under organic farming are considerably higher. The more organic carbon is retained in the soil, the more the mitigation potential of agriculture against climate change is higher.  However, there is much research needed in this field, yet. There is a lack of data on soil organic carbon for developing countries, with no farm system comparison data from Africa and Latin America, and only limited data on soil organic carbon stocks, which is crucial for determining carbon sequestration rates for farming practices.

Biodiversity- Organic farmers are both custodians and users of biodiversity at all levels. At the gene level, traditional and adapted seeds and breeds are preferred for their greater resistance to diseases and their resilience to climatic stress. At the species level, diverse combinations of plants and animals optimize nutrient and energy cycling for agricultural production. At the ecosystem level, the maintenance of natural areas within and around organic fields and absence of chemical inputs create suitable habitats for wildlife. The frequent use of under-utilized species (often as rotation crops to build soil fertility) reduces erosion of agro-biodiversity, creating a healthier gene pool - the basis for future adaptation. The provision of structures providing food and shelter, and the lack of pesticide use, attract new or re-colonizing species to the organic area (both permanent and migratory), including wild flora and fauna (e.g. birds) and organisms beneficial to the organic system such as pollinators and pest predators. The number of studies on organic farming and biodiversity increased significantly within the last years. A Recent Study Reporting On A Meta-Analysis Of 766 Scientific Papers concluded that organic farming produces more biodiversity than other farming systems.




Hahnemann Charitable Mission Society
ISO 9001:2000 Certified
Mob-8107379410,9351451120
Address:J-890,Phase3,Sitapura Industrial Area,Jaipur-302022
info@hcms.org.in
Web:www.hcms.org.in

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