What is Natural Farming

If you have ever been to the forest, you must have seen wild mango, tamarind, gooseberry, Jamun, jackfruit, and other trees bearing unusual fruits in summer.

These trees never miss the flowering and fruiting season, and they produce a large quantity of fruits year after year. 

These are summer delights for all the wild animals, birds, and insects and there is plentiful left for everyone. 

Ever wondered who looks after these trees? Who provides the dosage of fertilizers? 

Who keeps them safe from pests and diseases? Who irrigates the lands? And who maintains these plants? 

There is only one answer to all these questions: NATURE. 

Natural farming is a system where the laws of nature are applied to agricultural practices. 

This method works along with the natural biodiversity of each farmed area, encouraging the complexity of living organisms 

Both Plants, and animals that shape each particular ecosystem to thrive along with food plants. 

Natural farming is an ecological farming approach established by Masanobu Fukuoka (1913–2008) 

A Japanese farmer and philosopher were introduced in his 1975 book The One-Straw Revolution.