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Sikkim aims to go fully organic by 2015
by Aditi Nigam
The Hindu Translate This Article
30 August 2012
On 30 August 2012 The Hindu reported:
The north eastern hill state of Sikkim aims to go fully organic by 2015. At present, 50,000 farming families in Sikkim are into organic farming. By 2015, it plans to be converted into a certified organic state, sources said. In 2003, Chief Minister Pawan Chamling constituted the Sikkim State Organic Board, after which over 8,000 hectares was covered under organic certification. Under the scheme, the state banned the sale of chemical fertilizers and pesticides.
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