ZBNF is considered 'zero budget' because costs of raising the main crop are offset by the income that farmers earn from intercrops
Vijaywada/New Delhi: About three years ago, Pawan Kumar, working as an IT professional at Hyderabad, decided to quit his job and return to his village to become a farmer. His father, a small farmer in West Godavari district, tried to discourage him but Kumar who had read about a new method of “natural farming" would not listen.
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