Learning Is More Important Than Implementations In Organic Farming

Before I begin my blog, I'd like to offer a little overview of my organic farming experience so that you can relate to and comprehend the message I'm trying to express through this medium. After completing my Masters in Environment and Development from Ambedkar University, I decided to pursue a career in organic farming since I was interested in business. I wish to expand my traditional Natural farming business. So I jumped straight around since my aim was obvious, and I was also fortunate in that I had grown up under the mentorship of a great environmentalist, Mr. O.P Dabas ( My Father ) who has 30+ years of expertise in the domain of organic farming and agroforestry .

I expected I'd have a bunch of problems on the road to Organic Farming because I didn't know much about the business side of it, but I had a strong will to do something in the field of sustainability and my father has been my biggest supporter from the beginning. Even now, after 6+ years of hands-on experience, I like sitting with him and talking about Natural and traditional Farming, Horticulture, Permaculture, Vermicomposting, dairy farming and other topics. It's a never-ending and fascinating subject to debate. Organic farming is a large topic that requires a lot of knowledge in order to succeed.

After starting Organic Acre My Brother (Mr. Mrinal Dabas) joined me and took command of taking our products to the masses and we overcame several challenges in creating Organic Acre, the Best Organic Farming Institute  and Organic Products supplier in Delhi NCR, but we persevered under my Father's leadership. I owe him everything. I'd like to offer a statement that I remember from talking with my father and it makes the conversation more interesting for me - “Guru Bina Gyan Nahi Guru Bina Maan Nahi Guru Bina Raah Nahi Guru Bina Saah Nahi”

How To Choose Organic Farming Mentor -

An excellent Mentor may have a significant influence on a student's life, influencing anything from classroom learning to long-term achievement. Finding someone who has gone before you and succeeded at the same aim (Organic Farming) is one of the finest methods to break into a profession or learn more about being an entrepreneur.

As a mentor, an individual has the capacity to give helpful guidance and encouragement. Choosing a Natural Farming Mentor isn't difficult, but it's also not something you should do in the heat of passion. There are plenty of Organic Farming Mentors who have launched their courses in your surroundings and who also promise to deliver a good quality education or mentorship but do not have the practical experience in the field of Natural Farming. 

Do you guys think that only bookish knowledge is enough to be a successful entrepreneur or a businessman? A big Noooooo..... Right!!! At Least not in Natural farming. Organic Farming is based on practical implementation with the right knowledge and from the right Mentor. A good Organic Farming mentor is one who -

  • has good practical experience in fields.
  • has his own entity in the related field.
  • established a Company.
  • taught numbers of agriculture enthusiasts who have gone on to start their own business.
  • has excellent reading stuff to provide.
  • conducts live classes time to time.
  • easy to reach when needed.
  • listens & understands the problem.
  • provides real time solutions.
  • shares best practices.
  • How To Start Implementations Of Learning In Organic Farming -

    As an Organic Farmer, you are continuously learning. Whether you're learning informally by reading an article or performing research, or in a learning environment like a seminar or online classroom, so many experiences may offer additional and valuable facts that increase your abilities and general understanding.

    However, there's a significant difference between collecting information and putting what you've learned in class. Without implementing the latter, the training you've received will go to waste, thus it's crucial to have a strategy for implementing your learning. Come on! After learning Organic Farming through a Well-Versed Learning Platform, let's become acquainted with the step-by-step roadmap to implementation process.

    STEP 1 - Land Preparation
    STEP 2 - Nursery 
    STEP 3 - Irrigation
    STEP 4 - Nutrient Management
    STEP 5 - Pest Management
    STEP 6 - Weed Management
    STEP 7 - Harvesting

Best Certified Courses For Organic Farming In India -

If we don't want to compromise on our passion, why should we be expected to compromise on choosing the learning platform that will be the foundation of my empire in the future? There are several Agriculture Enthusiasts on the market selling their courses just for financial gain. “Learning Leads To Leadership” Therefore, it becomes our responsibility to select the best and most appropriate one. Let me suggest you 5 Best Certified Courses For Organic Farming In India -

2. All India Organic Farmers Society (AIOFS)

3. Udemy

4. Organic Acre Institute

5. Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)

Key Takeaways

I'd like to share a favourite quotation with you: "We Must Learn To Walk Before We Can Run." Take small steps toward excellence. Before establishing an Organic Farm, we must understand how to minimize flaws, investments, and resources. It is preferable to have a strategy/business plan rather than simply entering the sector blindly. Choose the best mentor to guide you, someone who has walked the route before you, and set the benchmark. Search for his classes if he makes them available, or choose the best one from the list I provided above. Begin with a small piece of land (1 acre or less). Learn about the science and aspects of Organic Farming, Sustainability, Ecological Balance, Environment etc. Understand the Organic Farming Chronology and keep going; you'll get there eventually. Hope for the Best!!!

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