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Category: Waste Management :: Composting
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Growing organic veggies on the rooftop 8.9.2007 Hindu:Property Plus: Hyderabad
The trick to growing vegetables without waterproofing the terrace and laying it with soil, is to allow the plants to remain rooted in soil and lead them upwards , finds out Hema Vijay
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Organic veggies on the rooftop 8.9.2007 Hindu:Property Plus: Kochi
The trick to growing vegetables on the roof, without waterproofing the terrace and without laying it with soil, is to allow the plants to remain rooted in the soil and lead them upwards to the terrace through ropes.
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A ‘living’ vase 8.9.2007 Hindu:Metro Plus: Thiruvananthapuram
Pot-et-fleur can be used to produce ever changing and colourful displays without much effort
A ‘living vase’ 8.9.2007 Hindu:Metro Plus: Kochi
Pot-et-fleur can be used to produce colourful floral displays without much effort
Organic veggies on the rooftop 8.9.2007 Hindu:Property Plus: Chennai
The trick to growing vegetables on the roof, without waterproofing the terrace and without laying it with soil, is to allow the plants to remain rooted in soil and lead them upwards to the terrace through ropes
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Home green home -not just a cliche 7.9.2007 Deccan Herald
Home green home -not just a cliche
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Waste not waste 7.9.2007 Hindu:Young World: Coimbatore
A three-month programme will introduce school students to the concept of solid waste management.
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Stress on source segregation of waste 6.9.2007 New Indian Express
Stress on source segregation of waste
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K'taka to add 200 more villages for bio farming 5.9.2007 Oneindia.in: News

Bangalore, Sept 5 (UNI) In its effort to promote organic farming across Karnataka, the State government today said it will adopt 200 more villages with a new focus to issue certificates to bio farms, to enable them compete globally by exporting their products.
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A silent revolution in agriculture 5.9.2007 Hindu: Karnataka
Bio-resources project shows positive results in the villages of Doddaballapur taluk
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FRAT’s plea for insurance for sanitation workers 4.9.2007 Hindu: Kerala
Submits proposals for waste management
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Garbage controversy throws up vital questions 4.9.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
What went wrong during the shift from CES Onyx to Neel Metal Fanalca? How to avert a repeat?
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Source segregation of waste yet to catch up 4.9.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
How Corporation will enforce rules is a million dollar question
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Composting or power generation? 4.9.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: Though the city is still far from addressing the question, what would happen after the Corporation puts in place the segregation of garbage at source is an interesting study. Assuming that it keeps its word on complying with ...
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Training programme 3.9.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
COIMBATORE: A training programme in vermi compost production will be held at the Department of Environmental Sciences of Tamil Nadu Agricultural University on September 3. According to a university release, training will imparted on ...
When trash hits a treasure trove 2.9.2007 Financial Express
When trash hits a treasure trove
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A green foundation for prosperity 22.1.2007 India Together
There is much that the nation's farmers need to hear in the Green Foundation's message, and avoid past mistakes. But there is also a positive message, reminding farmers that "traditional farming will help you gain control of your finances and your food security." Sudha Narasimhachar reports.
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An organic cup of tea, please 31.3.2005 India Together - Agriculture

Since 1980, organic tea consumption has grown by leaps and bounds. India too has joined this new green revolution with many farmers already growing organic tea or converting their plantations to do so. However many barriers have to be overcome before this sector realises its full potential. K V Prayukth reports.
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Organic farming takes hold in Rajasthan 21.3.2005 India Together - Agriculture

Large numbers of farmers have opted for a way of cultivation that does away with chemical pesticides, and most importantly, uses less water in a water-starved state. The dramatic results are nowhere more visible than in Rajasthan's Shekhawati belt, reports Deepa A.
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Whose garbage is it, anyway? 7.1.2005 India Together - Environment

Municipalities are outsourcing city waste collection to private contractors. As a result, rag-pickers face a loss of their livelihood, unless the informal sector itself is institutionalised within the hierarchy of solid waste management. Surekha Sule reports.
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