Tuesday, 5 February 2013

Current status update - 05-Feb-2013

Dear All,

Sorry for delay in status update. 

Here is the current status.

We are keep getting green vegetables from our farm and that is enough for the house consumption. We are getting wild pigs in our farm and that is causing damage to vegetable plants and Drum Sticks, not sure how to deal with it.

Below is the picture of our new addition in the list of products we have got from our farm, a Cauliflower (pure natural  - not even organic fertilizer or pesticide has been spread)



Below is the status of the house construction, we are complete till the plinth level (door level).


Thanks

7 comments:

  1. It seems some farmers were able to stop wild pigs by having a fence with saree's in rayalseema region, Or another thing I read is that they hate Pig Fat smell, so dip the jute rope in Pig fat and tie it around as fence. You can verify with local farmers for both these remedies.

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    1. Thanks Shukur,


      I would verify both from local farmers.

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  2. I have been going through your blog and its a wonderful knowledge bank for aspiring farmers like me......
    I purchased an agricultural land near my home town(chittoor,Andhra Pradesh) and I would like to venture myself completely into natural farming in 2014 and I hope to visit your farm before that and I am sure that you can lend your expertise to me then.......

    Its great work Sheo and I wish you all the very best........

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    1. Thanks Gowtham,

      Let me know when you need a help and I am always there.

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  3. Best way to get rid of wild boars is keep some local pariah dogs(stray dogs) and train them.They do excellent against wild boars.
    This lesson learnt from village called pandikona,kurnool district.

    Regards
    Venkat

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    1. Dear Venkat,

      Thanks for the advice, I also heard from a local farmer that dogs are the better way to control wild pigs.

      I am going to keep them once the house is built.

      Regards
      Sheo Narayan

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  4. Is it possible for you to fence nicely around the kitchen garden area alone (with a tall fence and gate) ? this one time investment will save you from plenty of troubles and tensions..

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