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ASOCA team engages with natural farming expert in Karnataka

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GUWAHATI, Aug 17: The Assam Seed and Organic Certification Agency (ASOCA) sent a team of 7 officials, led by Mowsam Hazarika, director of ASOCA, to engage with Raghava M N, an authority in the realm of natural farming, at the Karnataka State Seeds and Organic Certification Agency (KSOCA) in Bengaluru on Thursday. Raghava M N has remarkably transformed his 21-acre farm in Davanagere, Karnataka, into a thriving natural food forest over a span of 23 years. His farm, known as ‘Aikanthika’, is open for visits by individuals seeking to learn about natural farming, cooking, yarn spinning, or simply experiencing the beauty of nature firsthand. This interaction serves as a valuable opportunity for knowledge exchange and exploration in the field of sustainable and organic farming practices.

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