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    What is sustainability?

    The word sustainability comes from ‘to sustain’, which essentially means to provide support and prolong or preserve something. What we hope to preserve and support is life on planet earth. Thinking about this definition, we can view sustainability as an approach to life that causes the least possible harm to the natural world or living organisms.

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    Why is sustainability important?

    The main goal of sustainability is to protect the planet so that future generations don’t have to suffer. Ultimately, we only have finite resources on this planet, but we’re currently not being considerate of that.

    Our actions now shouldn’t be at the expense of our fellow creatures or humans, so it’s important to be aware of sustainability in our daily lives so we don’t cause more irreparable damage to Earth.

Organic Farming

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    Why Organic farming is beneficial to the planet ?

    Chemicals used in agriculture to protect crops against insects, fungi, weeds, and other pests are known as pesticides. Artificial fertilizers and synthetic pesticides that contain heavy metals can pollute groundwater and create complications in many agriculture areas, and damage ecosystems, drinking water, farmers’ health, and soil fertility. Groundwater pollution can cause poor drinking water quality, water supply loss, degraded surface water systems, high cleanup costs, high costs for alternative water supplies, and potential health problems. Using organic fertilizers like compost and animal manure instead , i.e organic farming reduces the risk of groundwater pollution. 

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    What is The True Value of Organic ?

    Do you think organic is pricey? Organic farming and production practices are costlier and often more time consuming than conventional methods. Plus, government support for organic production is unequal to the support for conventional agriculture. The love and care that goes into growing organic fruits and vegetables is well worth the investment. In fact, many organic foods cost the same or even less than their conventional counterpart! Demanding more organic options and packing your shopping cart with certified organic foods means a lot; it helps grow the marketplace and change our food system.

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    Why eat Millets ?

    Millet is an ancient grain that people have enjoyed for thousands of years. Millet is also food for livestock and birds. It is becoming increasingly popular as it is fast-growing, drought-resistant, and requires low input.

    Millet is a good source of protein, fiber, key vitamins, and minerals. The potential health benefits of millet include protecting cardiovascular health, preventing the onset of diabetes, helping people achieve and maintain a healthy weight, and managing inflammation in the gut..

    Millet is an adaptable grain. There are many simple ways to prepare it, making it easy for people with celiac disease to include this gluten-free grain in their diets.


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    What are Millets?

    Millets are small-seeded grasses that are hardy and grow well in dry zones as rain-fed crops, under marginal conditions of soil fertility and moisture. Millets are one of the oldest foods known to humans and possibly the first cereal grain to be used for domestic purposes.
    Millets are also unique due to their short growing season. They can develop from planted seeds to mature, ready to harvest plants in as little as 65 days. This is important in heavily populated areas. When properly stored, whole millets will keep for two or more years.

    Millets are traditional grains, grown and eaten in in the Indian subcontinent for at least the past 5000 years. They are rain-fed, hardy grains which have low requirements of water and fertility when compared to other popular cereals


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