On 29 September 2018 The News Minute reported:
In Sirkazhi taluk of Tamil Nadu's Nagapattinam district, farmers have been producing indigenous seeds that once thrived [there]. Through organic practices, farmers have brought back traditional paddy varieties like mappillai samba, neela samba, among other varieties. Manikandan, a farmer from Thennangudi village in Agani Panchayat, is producing over 100 varieties of traditional seeds. According to the farmer, these varieties possess medicinal values as well.
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