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Dr. Dilip Nandwani works for the Tennessee State University (TSU) as Professor of Organic Agriculture, which was founded in 1912, TSU is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant institution in Nashville, Tennessee. Organic agriculture program is part of Department of Agricultural and Environmental Science conduct organic research, extension and education to address the needs of stakeholders throughout the state, national and international agriculture development activities. Since jo...
1. Cover and management (C – factor) research on horticultural crops for erosion prediction, nutrient management, and conservation planning, and also to prevent soil erosion and climate change. 2. Organic production of horticultural crops with animal and forest wastes. 3. Conducting fruit quality and soil physico-chemical changes on organic orchard, vineyard, and vegetable plots. 4. No-till organic vegetable production with composted animal wastes for nutrient management and conservation pl...
Executive Secretary of the Fair Rubber Association. Management committee member International Bee Research Association (IBRA). Co-owner Diversity Honeys: Import of honey from Asian honeybees to highlight need for biodiversity. Co-chair Oekovision ethical investment fund.
Dr. Shaikh Tanveer is a Bangladeshi nationality, working in the Agriculture Department of the AsianProductivity Organization (APO) based in Tokyo, Japan. He is the Vice-President of IFOAM–Asia and was designated as “IFOAM Global Ambassador” in 2017.
He received the grand prize of 'Organic Farming Innovation Award' (OFIA) from IFOAM and RDA, South Korea in 2011, and is a pioneer of integrated rice-duck farming technology and organic vegetable production in sack technology in Bangladesh.
Dr. Subhra Saikat Roy is working as Senior Scientist at ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Manipur Centre, Imphal. Manipur is a small state of North East Indian Himalayan Region and comes under Indo-Burma Biodiversity Hotspot. The region is inhabited by many ethnic communities. The agriculture in North East India is considered "Organic by Default". Dr. Roy is engaged in Research and Outreach activities on Organic Horticulture, Integrated Farming System and Plant Bioactivity. He is also ded...
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I am an organic farmer, organic educator, organic inspector and organic advocate. I currently serve on the USDA National Organic Standards Board. We raise vegetables, chickens and honeybees on our farm, as well as organic transplants for sale to commercial growers and home gardeners. I am a member of the Organic Farmers Association, an adviser to the National Organic Coalition, and serve on the Wisconsin Organic Advisory Council.