- For supporting and promoting organic farming as a result it will improve soil health.
- Encouraging farmers to adopt an eco-friendly concept of cultivation and reducing their dependence on fertilizers and chemicals.
- Raise farmer's income and create a potential market for traders.
- Govt. launched various schemes for promotion of the organic farming such as
- National Mission on Sustainable Agriculture,
- National Project on Organic Farming,
- National Project on Management of Soil Health and Fertility etc.
- There is no liability on the farmers for expenditure on certification.
- Each cluster or group must have 50 farmers willing to take up organic farming under the Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana and possess a total area of at least 50 acres.
- Scheme will be provided INR 20,000 per acre to Every farmer by the government spread over three years’ time.
- Government’s plan to form around 10,000 clusters in three years and cover an area of 5 Lakh hectares.
- For obtaining organic seed, harvesting of the crops, and transporting the produced crop to the local markets, the funds can be utilized.
- In Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana (PKVY), 2 lakh hectares has been made suitable for organic farming thereby benefitting 5 lakh farmers.
- In the North Eastern states, government’s target
- To cover 50,000 hectares under organic farming, out of which 45,918 hectares have been made suitable for organic farming.
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