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Sivaprakasam’s future plans include practising a combination of permaculture and organic methods on a half acre experimental plot to explore the possibility of meeting needs of an average family from its produce. BALAKRISHNAN Putharam Farm, Nemam, Thirukkathipalli (via), Thanjavur District, Tamil Nadu.This farmer is the secretary of CAD (Community Action for Development) and believes that sustainable agriculture is the only way to stop the continuous distress sale of land by small and marginal farmers. Balakrishnan is an energetic and inquisitive retired engineer looking after part of the family land. He has planted a variety of trees and has plans to introduce many more.Sivaprakasam gives the following reasons for his shift to sustainable agriculture: He was a progressive farmer in the late 1970s, but later incurred losses year after year such that at one time he incurred an expenditure of Rs.7000 on cotton and got a profit margin of Rs.100 only.
He uses organic pest repellent for his brinjal crop.
The trees include teak, eucalyptus, guava, maramalli, gooseberry, etc.