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Upendra has worms

Created on 09 August 2012
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Worm culture vermiculture is part of a system that has been used in sustainable, organic agriculture for thousands of years. So the agricultural industry creates a system that destroys one that is natural efficient and free.

The true value of worms and their role in reconditioning degraded soil is finally being realised with millions of farmers like Upendra beginning to re-introduce this method and enrich their soils.
Upendra Kumar Mohanta comes from a small village Kandasara, in thenorth of Orissa India.

More info: The Source Project
Produced by: The Source Project
Year: 2011
Language: Oriya with English subtitles



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