Demand for organics is raising incomes for India’s farmers, but critics say it’s not the answer to India’s fast-rising food demands.

India’s struggling farmers are starting to profit from a budding interest in organic living. Not only are the incomes of organic farmers soaring – by 30% to 200%, according to organic experts – but their yields are rising as the pesticide-poisoned land is repaired through natural farming methods.

Organic farming only took off in the country about seven years ago. Farmers are turning back to traditional farming methods for a number of reasons.

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Published On: 10 June, 2011Categories: NewsTags: , , ,