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Cotton tree bud

Posted On 14/07/2020 in Crops

Cotton: From Seed to Crop

Cotton, undoubtedly, is a crop that is widely known as ‘king of fibre.’ This white gold contributes around 14 per cent of the total industrial production, generates around 8 per cent of central excise revenue and amounts to around 3 per cent of the national GDP.

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Field of cotton plants

Posted On 14/07/2020 in Crops

White Gold: Mapping Cotton Around the World

Cotton belongs to the genus Gossypium and traces its origins back to at least 7,000 years ago. From unearthing cotton strands in cotton beads in excavation cites in Mehrgarh. The presence of cotton fabric was also discovered in caves in the region of Tehucaun, Mexico. It is estimated that the crop was domesticated in Mexico between 5000 BC and 3000 BC.

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A green field

Posted On 06/04/2020 in Farming Types , People in Agriculture , Sustainability

One Straw Revolution by Masanobu Fukuoka

Masanobu Fukuoka was 25 years old when he found his calling: he believed that a system of natural farming could bring great benefit to the world. When we read One Straw Revolution, we could draw parallels between the lives of Masanobu Fukuoka and our founder, Mr. R. Ramaswamy. Both of them were committed to making a difference to the world.

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Texmo Industries engineers in the workshop

Posted On 01/04/2020 in Texmo Industries & Taro Pumps

Talking Quality on the Shopfloor

The founder of Texmo Industries, Mr. R. Ramaswamy started manufacturing motors in 1956. In 1957, he began production of the first pumpset with one goal in mind: to give the farmer the best quality pump to enable him to optimise the use of his farming land.

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Farmer collecting water in their hand from a tap

Posted On 06/03/2020 in Soil & Water

Is BIS the Way Forward for Safe Drinking Water in India?

This article looks at the various components of implementing Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) for tap water in India. You will get to read about the criteria used by the BIS, the phases of the sampling and possible alternative solutions.

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