Biodynamic farming stresses on spirituality and the crops are planted and harvested based on the position of stars and the moon. The farm is viewed as an ecosystem that relies on its own resources, and as such the dependence on pesticides as well as buying products from markets is significantly reduced. It ensures uncontaminated produce due to which Biodynamic agriculture is gaining popularity among people from diverse professional backgrounds. Solving all of India’s agricultural woes certainly seems far-fetched, but it does represent an alternative to overuse of pesticides, which in turn helps revive the health of soil.

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