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COVID-19 imparts positive impact on organic farming

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COVID-19 imparts positive impact on organic farming

COVID-19 imparts positive impact on organic farming

COVID-19 outbreak impacted positively on the organic vegetables market in Karnataka's Shivamogga as people prefer organic vegetables during the pandemic induced lockdown.

The organic farming community struggled for decades to improve the market but they failed to attract the people.

Farmers who adopted organic farming united to sell their produce at reasonable prices got good response.

Organic farmers requested to join hands to promote pesticides and fertilizers free products.

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