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Farm Address:
Rameshwari Natural Farm
District: Medak
State: Telangana
PIN: 502296
Country: India


Email:
FarmingFunda[at]gmail.com[donotspam].


48 comments:

  1. Good job sheo. Need more people like you around.

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  2. Thanks Shiv, we need much more people like you too !

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    1. Can you pls msg me ur number...
      This is Vijay from vizag
      9059010123

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  3. i will support you and please tell some techniques about natural farming

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    1. Sir can you give ur number bcz i want amla

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    2. Sir can you give ur number bcz i want amla

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  4. Hi Nani,

    You may join this group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/fukuoka_farming/, there is a lot of discussion around Natural Farming here that will benefit you.

    Thanks

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  5. Thanks Sheo Narayan, Your Story has definately inspired me..
    I have also a small 2 Acre Farm in Raigad District of Maharashtra and intend to do Natural Farming.. (We call it Nisarg Sheti in Marathi..)

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  6. Hi sheo ,

    very inspiring work...

    venkat
    md, efarm

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    1. Thanks Venkat,

      Your work is much more inspiring than me, keep it up and let me know if I can assist you.

      Regards

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  7. Dear All,

    I gone through the video. I am Arun From Bangalore. If the Leaves are Yellow in Color its Because of Magnesium difficiency. I like to suggest Hume. It Contacts Humic acid,Pottash,Magnesium,Carbohydrates. along with this use K Zyme you will get result. Kindly Contact me for any other enquiry. Thanks M ARun Kummar +919035770885

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  8. Dear Mr.Sheo,

    May I know what is the cost of Land near your Farm.

    SarathPendekanti.

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  9. Hi Sheo Narayan,

    I am following your site from few days , I am really happy to see the Green work you are doing.

    One suggestion : The video which you taken on 24th November is bit shaky and disturbing. I know you wanted us to see the latest update and show full farm , if you don't mind can you move your camera bit slowly so that it will be really good video.

    Though the contents of the video is full of information and beautiful.

    Keep up the good work

    Regards,
    Prakash

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    1. Thanks Prakash for the suggestion.

      I myself sometimes feel that. All the video and photo taken here is from my mobile (E72) 5 pixel so even the quality is also not that great this might also add to the bad quality of the video.

      Would surely try to work on your suggestions next time and acquire new camera for better quality.

      Thanks and keep following and suggesting.

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  10. Hi Sheo,

    I have one suggestion , Can you put some tree fruit plants which gives shades ( e.g Tamarind plant or Mango or Jackfruit) on all 4 corner of your water pond . In two years of time once these tree matures , the pond will get shade in summer and you will have very less evaporation of water.

    Regards,
    Prakash(Bangalore)

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    1. Dear Prakash,

      Thanks much for the suggestions. Indeed its great suggestions and I have planted some trees around. One neem tree is coming on its own too. Coming season I will have more trees around.

      Keep comments and suggestions flowing in.

      Regards
      Sheo Narayan "Farmer"

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    2. Hi Sheo,

      Truly inspiring story of yours.Going through the blog,i came to know that you quit IT sector to pursue ur passion. Can you let us know how difficult it was from doing a IT job which had a monthly income while having all the comforts of the city and leaving all that to go and pursue farming.Waiting eagerly to know about ur experiences on this one

      Thanks
      Karan

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  11. Hi Sheo,

    Nice that I came accross this awasome website. I have also entered into an agreement to buy 2 Acre Farm land in Medak district recently. Though, initiall I had the intention of investing on agri. land for investment purpose. However, after visiting your side, my whole approach has changed and may be I may venture into organic farming. The land which I propose to buy (initial advance paid) does not have a bore or electricity either. Your site has given details of bore but you have not mentioned about electricity connection. Please give me details of how to get electricity connection (cost etc.). I have already completed barbed wire fencing and need to get it measured before finally going for registration.

    Also, myself and one of my collegue would like to visit your organic farm and congratulate you for your success and for more live updates. Please mail me the complete route address to reach your farm without any hassles.

    Ponna Rao
    email: ponna_rao@rediffmail.com

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  12. no updates from last one month??

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  13. Hello Sheo,

    Good to see your update finally, shows how frustrated you are with your electricity connection. I have been following your site for 3 months and your posts at farmnest. Your site directed me to many other very good sites from where I could get bunch of knowledge. Thank you so very much, I mean it. Seems you are an ardent fan of Natural Farming. I am also very new to Farming, looking into web and gaining some theoritical knowledge these days, want to get into Natural Farming in the near future. I have acquired some 13 acres of land in my native village, this process took me more than one year. My village is around 100 kms from Hyderabad, some 30 kms inward from Jangaon which is on Hyderabad and Warangal highway. I still need to go for a borewell and then an electricity connection if I am lucky enough to get some water, still a long way to go. I would like to visit your farm, meet you and gain some knowledge. Right now, I am in US, will be in Hyderabad for a short period in February, would like to visit your farm in the first half of February if that works for you. I would also like to get your opinion as to check if Natural Farming is commercial viable. Hope to see to soon. You can reach me at enkreddy@gmail.com

    Thanks,
    Nishikanth Reddy Eppa

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    1. Thanks Nishikanth,

      You are more than welcome, please contact me over phone at 77025-60638.

      Thanks

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    2. Colud u pls share ur contact no pls ,I tried to reach u on 77025-60638.

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    3. Can you pls msg me ur number...
      This is Vijay from vizag
      9059010123

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  14. Hi Mr.Sheo

    Its motivating me , i am also thinking similar way and like to do farming , i need your opinion and also would like to visit your farm , can i talk to you , My Name is Rajkumar

    Regards

    Rajkumar - 9959055160

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    1. Hi Rajkumar,

      Thanks, you can talk with me over phone or visit the farm as well.

      Thanks

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    2. Can you pls msg me ur number...
      This is Vijay from visakhapatnam
      9059010123

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  15. Hi

    Do you have any organic fruit (like orange , papaya, watermelon, sapota, grapes ) and vegetables. If so, we are few families residing at Hyderabad would like to buy them on regular basis.

    Thanks

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    1. Dear Anonymous,

      Yes, we have vegetables. Looks like you forgot to mention the contact number. Ours is +91-77025-60638.

      Thanks

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    2. Can you pls msg me ur number...
      This is Vijay from visakhapatnam
      9059010123

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  16. Dear Sheo,

    I am very happy to see your website and galore of information you have posted, I have been thinking in similar lines. I appreciate you doing natural farming and sharing that information with others. You are doing a great work and I wish you success. hope to visit your farm soon. I think all folks with similar ideas should get together and build something even bigger and better.I currently in US and planning to move to India soon.
    keep up the great work!.

    Thanks,
    Anand

    my id: anand_s_k@yahoo.com.

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  17. Hi Sir
    very inspirative ur story, my father is also a former,he is also farming land in 50 acres in guntur area which is red chillies .Now i have a small doubt is this organic farming is replacing ur monthly income reallly.Plz dont mind to ask this because i am also want to build my career in organic farming.

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  18. Hi Sheo.. good stuff. i want to get started with something similar. But very confused with what comes first. buy a land and then figure out what you can do there, or you got to know what farming you want to do then buy land accordingly. I am a total novice, not sure what kind of agriculture farming i want to do. You have any suggestions. Can i call you over this weekend ?

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  19. Can you post the pdf of the rule regarding the fsi for a farm land in A.P. This way we can know how big a cottage can be constructed in one acre.

    Shank

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  20. Hey, Great effort. How are your outputs from the farm and how are you able to sell them ?
    I really suggest you look at how CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) works in the US. A few families will tie up with you and place orders on whenever you harvest your produce and will come and pick it up from your farm itself. I think this assures you customers. If I was in Hyderabad, I would definitely do it. Makes for a good weekend drive too.

    HTH

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  21. Sheo - Nice and inspiring is your work. In fact, I had seen your site sometime ago and thought to contact/visit your site, somehow could not. Of late, I have seen on farming fundas.com site that you sell the lemon grass leaf/root etc. Looks it is costly.
    Though I can not right now write in details due to constraints on my time to spare in writing, one sussestion is this type of farming needs to be done with philonthropic approach, the moment it is made commericial (too much), then this does not sustain.
    We need to avoid retailers entering into the business nor we should turn ourselves retailers trying to sell for higher prices. In fact the produce needs to be sold for pricess less than that of chemically grown product per same unit of measure. This is so as the cost of production is much cheaper as asserted by Palekar ji.
    Regards
    Murali

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  22. Hi Sheo, I am really interested to visit the farm once..just started taking organic vegetables from Pure & Honest shop available in Chandanagar..Its really good and tasty also..Thanks for all the info

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  23. hello, Can someone help? I am looking for training in water well/borewell drilling.
    Do you know any organisation or institution that gives such a training. Please respond to : hassan.nur@live.co.uk
    Also any information about the cost of buying a borewell drilling rig that can drill upto 500meters. many thanks

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  24. Hello Mr.sheo, in this summer i m looking for organic/naturally grown mangoes to eat. but unable to find. can you let us know where we can get naturally grown mangoes in hyderabad. i stay near koti, hyderabad.

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  25. hi sheo too good i appriciate for your hard work , i am sending a link

    'india's century old traditional agriculture' / youtube ,

    pls see and share

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  26. Can hard water be used to cultivate coconut.

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    1. Hard water is better for coconut, that is why coconut comes well near sea area.

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  27. DEAR SHEO
    I WANT TO START 10 ACRES OF ZERO BUDGET FARMING IN JABALPUR. PL ADVISE HOW TO START

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  28. DEAR SHEO
    I WANT TO START 10 ACRES OF ZERO BUDGET FARMING IN JABALPUR. PL ADVISE HOW TO START

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    1. Can you pls msg me ur number...
      This is Vijay from visakhapatnam
      9059010123

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  29. Just follow the below videos to have a idea
    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=edjeffect+permaculture


    https://www.youtube.com/user/the3dguy2

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  30. hi narayan ji i am ex banker and interested in farming . recently i have taken 5 acres of land near manoharabad rly station, in medak district. Can you guide and suggest me to which crop i should go for.
    viswanath 9949167481

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  31. If possible can you provide your contact number sir

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