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Engineering dropout to organic farmer growing 300 [plus] native veggies: TN man's inspiring story!
by Jovita Aranha
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30 July 2019
On 30 July 2019 The Better India reported:
In the village of Kuttiyagoundanpudur, close to the arid region of Oddanchatram in Tamil Nadu's Dindigul district, lies Aadhiyagai Parameswaran's six-acre farm. The area lacks a perennial source of water to keep crops well-fed, but 29-year-old aeronautical engineer-turned-farmer, Parameswaran is confident his farm will thrive. His crops can withstand severe drought conditions because they are native to this arid region.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of environment and business, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
... Apart from growing chemical-free food, he also created a seed bank named Aadhiyagai (which means first blooming in Tamil), with more than 300 native vegetable and fruit seeds. Collected and documented over the past five years, he now distributes them to farmers in the neighbourhood and youngsters in cities and towns.
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