We just shot this video recently. First hand example of a successful transition into regenerative agriculture by a conventional farmer. Visit this farm sometime if you can - very near Bangalore. You will find textbook examples of no-till, multi-cropping, heavy mulching, cover cropping, green manuring and re-introduction of soil life in degraded dead soil.
In my mind - the solution to our environmental issues must involve this: Make it easy for farmers like Kiran to sell their produce at a good price.
This will unlock a virtuous cycle encouraging hundreds of other Kirans in his nearby villages to take up similar methods and succeed with it.
Imagine if we can get 10% of Indian smallholder farmers to convert to regenerative farming.
Imagine the amount of carbon that will get sequestered if 10 million Kirans take their soil carbon from 0.2% to 3% in a few years in 40 mn acres of cropland.
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