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Goa's agriculture minister wants farmers to use 'cosmic farming' instead of fertilizer
by Vidhi Doshi
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4 July 2018
On 4 July 2018 The Washington Post reported:
For the past week, farmers in the tourist haven of Goa have been getting WhatsApp videos promoting a new technique to improve crop yields -- by chanting ancient Hindu mantras. Goa's crop mantras are part of a nationwide effort to find alternatives to chemical fertilizers and return to traditional farming amid rising alarm in India about the effect of fertilizer on human health. The mantras demonstrated in the WhatsApp videos are said to reinvigorate microorganisms in the soil so that fertilizers can slowly be phased out.
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. . . Part of these efforts has been major promotion of traditional Indian knowledge. In 2014, Modi even set up a new ministry called AYUSH -- an acronym meaning 'long life' -- to promote traditional knowledge such as yoga and Hindu medical traditions known as ayurveda.
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