Maharishi Vedic Science & Research In Horticulture

Horticulture as practiced today violates many of the basic principles of natural plant defense. Natural defenses are confined to the plants, artificial ones are applied externally in the form of pesticide, fungicide, herbicide, bactericide, and nematicide. Natural plant defense measures target only the plant’s natural enemies, while pesticides have a more global effect, including several undesirable side-effects to human and environment due to toxic pesticide residue and when pesticides applies it kills all insects including natural predators, and some pest shaving higher intrinsic capacity to reproduce and recover their population size faster at high doses of pesticides consequently repeated application of pesticides caused the evolution of insect resistance to the pesticide. As a result of the abundant use of pesticides to control pests in horticultural crops, consumers are becoming more concerned with the quality of food with respect to potential contamination by toxic residues. The malaise of pesticides is not limited to consumers. Spray drift and chronic exposure of farm labor to pesticides cause many health problems. Accidental spills and improper disposal of chemicals have poisoned land and water throughout the world. Pesticide applications often do not remain in the target area, and may poison humans, livestock, and wildlife. We should understand that there is something fundamentally wrong with our existing approach. By considering above facts Our venture “Prakrutik Horticulture Planet” started initiation to implement crop production practices by ecological understanding of the living world and we have viable approaches with Goethean observation of nature and its application to a farming system for sustainable horticultural crops production and we are implementing new practices of life with biodynamic, organic, and Vedic Rishi farming by indigenous traditional knowledge of the world in order to preserve cultural values in human and crop life. We have cleverest traditional approaches of horticultural crop management practices devised by highly trained scientists.

Our Services and Research available In Biodynamic, Organic and Rishi Vedic Science to the following 21 area of study in Horticultural Crops Production

  1. Fruits production
  2. Production of underutilized fruit crops
  3. Orchard management
  4. Vegetable production
  5. Vegetable seed production
  6. Production of underutilized vegetable crops
  7. Introduction and production of exotic fruits, vegetables, flowers
  8. Protected cultivation of horticultural crops
  9. Mushroom cultivation
  10. Exotic and indigenous mushroom cultivation
  11. Medicinal mushrooms
  12. Plant nursery management
  13. Fruit tree nursery management
  14. Nursery management of vegetable crops
  15. Herbalism
  16. Native medicinal plants
  17. Medicinal orchids
  18. Natural areas & native medicinal plants
  19. Plant health management
  20. Soil health management
  21. Post harvest technology & value addition of horticultural crops