Meri Samruddhi
MIDC, Jalgaon (MH)425003

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Meri Samruddhi



Mission Save Soil


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‘‘Soil Health is directly linked to Food Quality and Quantity’’.

Healthy soils are a necessity for food security. We aim to create a better understanding of the linkage between soil health and food crop nutritional quality for sustainable and productive agriculture ecosystem. We need to protect and rejuvenate the soils while maintaining high productive capacities to meet the future generations demand. Currently we are feeding 1.25 billion people in India and in coming years say by 2050 we shall have to feed more number of people and considering the shrinking arable land available in India wide spread industrialization farming practices are getting reduced so in order to increase the yield from the same land we need not to only maintain the heath of soil but need to improvise it for its long term yielding better quantities .Currently we have extracted a lot from our land and made it extremely weak and unless we improve its health we won’t be able to mEet the future demands of food and will have to depend upon the imports .

How we do it?

We research, innovate and provide soil micro improvers, soil health supplements derived from natural origins to make nutrients available in organic form which improve the soil structure, promotes plant growth, reduce pest potential and maximizes the soil health, stimulating the soil microbiology and increasing the uptake of nutrients and supporting the beneficial microorganisms which contributes towards promoting soil and plant health in order to increase yields.

Meri Samruddhi Initiative under MISSION SAVE SOIL makes real difference in meeting the challenges faced by farmers, agriculture industry and the planet to create an abundant food supply for future generations, more sustainably.

Maintaining a healthy soil = Managing the land sustainably

American President Franklin Roosevelt once said- The nation that destroys its soil destroys itself.


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Restore the Soil: Prosper the Nation


The Indian Soil Context

In India, Farmers have been applying massive quantities and imbalanced use of chemical fertilizers in farming that has jeopardized the soils productive capacity and has put tremendous pressure on the soil health. To reverse this causal impact on soil, there is a need to maintain a balance. Adopting a more balanced use of chemical fertilizers and increasing use of organic nutrients can help increase to restore the nutrient exchanges and maximise soil health. Nutrient exchanges and organic matter are essential to soil rejuvenation and crop productivity enhancement. Secondly, we have been taking out the food to meet the demand at a faster rate which doesn’t give soil the time to replenish nutrients. Without restoring the organic matter and nutrients, the nutrient cycle breaks and has been resulting in the decline of soil fertility and destroying the agriculture ecosystem balance. With the Indian population that is projected to exceed 1.5 billion by 2050, this questions on our ability to achieve increased yields for sustainable crop production and food


MISSION: DOUBLE FARMERS INCOME


The fluctuating farmer income causes serious effects on the interests in farming and farm investments. Additionally the burden of debt and low profits has led to increased number of farmer suicides in Maharashtra. To address this distress , Meri Samruddhi Initiative has a MISSION: DOUBLE FARMERS INCOME through providing innovative ag technology products for increasing yield per field to uplift the the community, reduce their distress and bring a parity between farmer’s income and other professionals. Farmers can benefit immediately with few initial application and achieve 2 to 5 times return on investment. This way we can make sustainability profitable for farmers. This will also support and achieve the goal of government scheme of doubling farmer’s income by 2022.

‘More yield per field’


MISSION:GROW NON-TOXIC


Use of insecticides is required to produce more crop but due to unscientific use the produce is found to contain armful pesticide residues which are harmful to the health of people causing long term irreversible heath implications.

People want pesticide and chemical free organically grown fruits and vegetables. Pesticides are used in many commercially grown vegetables, fruits and grain crops to protect from insects, weeds etc to keep the food supply safe but it is found that the pesticide residue present in these fruits and vegetables cause health problems and increases the risk of cancer & other diseases.

It is very important to reduce our exposure to pesticides and harmful chemicals. There is a immense need for an alternative to these harmful chemicals which is safe, maintains the soil health and increases yield per field sustainably.

This is where ‘MISSION GROW NON-TOXIC’ steps in which promotes farming practises and products which are one step solution to provide us safe and highly nutritious food. So we at Meri Samruddhi Initiative, have innovated non-toxic ag technology products and are promoting it to the farmers in the districts of Maharashtra to lead this farmer community towards growing non-toxic crops so our food is safer and more nutritious than conventionally produced. The technology which we have adopted is based on agronomic practises that are climate-smart and financially viable. Amending the practises at ground level in the farms can help us tackle climate changes through reducing the need to convert forests to farms, and thereby reducing greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and help reducing the residues in fruits & vegetables to have better health.

Maintaining a healthy soil = Nutritional Food

The expected impact of the Meri Samruddhi Initiative is to double the farmer’s income in districts of Maharashtra, awareness about importance of soil health, build a farmer community to learn and grow from each other, sustainable management of soil through non-toxic researched and tested products to reduce the negative impacts and to meet the future generations food security and nutrition demands, and improve the environment and well being.