The Annapoorna crop mannequin, established by Pari Naidu, promotes meals safety for marginal and tenant farmers. To finish starvation, farmers obtain an annual wage of Rs 50,000 to Rs 1,000,000. Through the JATTU Trust, he has been distributing agricultural machineries equivalent to seeders, weeders, and cutters.
This Vizianagaram-based retired schoolteacher is on a mission to advertise pure farming by remodeling communities into bio-villages which might be reliant on agriculture however don’t use pesticides or fertilizers. Through his Justified Action and Training for Tribal Upliftment (JATTU) Trust, Dollu Pari Naidu of Thotapalli village in Garugubilli Mandal of Vizianagaram district has developed at the very least 100 bio-villages, together with the primary within the state.
He has written 32 books on the apply and promotion of pure farming and a characteristic movie with pure farming as its core theme, Amrutha Bhoomi. The movie has not but been launched. In 1998, Pari Naidu voluntarily retired from his place. He based the JATTU Trust to assist the Jatapu, Savara, Gadaba, and Kondadora tribes, in addition to different underprivileged individuals within the district.
Since 1998, with the help of the Society for the Elimination of Rural Poverty (SERP), the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), Rythu Sadhikara Samstha, and Azim Premji Philanthropic Initiatives (APPI), he has been practising and instructing pure farming.
Hundreds of pure farming consciousness packages have been performed by a retired instructor. He has taught farmers make natural manure equivalent to vermicompost and Jeevamrutham. In Thotapalli village, he established Prakruthi Aadidevobhava Campus, which exhibits agricultural fashions, natural manure manufacturing, and meals processing items.
The Annapoorna crop mannequin, established by Pari Naidu, promotes meals safety for marginal and tenant farmers.
To finish starvation, farmers obtain an annual wage of Rs 50,000 to Rs 1,000,000. He’s additionally began a “school-to-field” initiative for youths to lift consciousness about pure farming. Through the JATTU Trust, he has been distributing agricultural machineries equivalent to seeders, weeders, and cutters.
The first bio-village within the state is the Kondabhariki hamlet in Kurupam Mandal. In the district, 93 villages have been categorised as bio-village, with the remaining seven villages to be notified on April 21 by Governor Biswa Bhusan Harichandan. Natural farming has been adopted on at the very least 41,438 acres by 37,699 farmers throughout the realm.
Aside from that, the founding father of JATTU has produced quite a lot of brief movies and documentaries to show farmers about pure farming. With the assistance of Rythu Sadhikara Samstha, he created Amrutha Bhoomi. Governor Biswa Bhusan Harichandan lately launched Amrutha Bhoomi’s audio and video songs.
The movie is anticipated to be launched by Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy within the coming days. Vangapandu Prasada Rao, a preferred people singer from north Andhra Pradesh, wrote 14 songs for the movie.
“I have seen the pathetic conditions of tribal farmers when I was on a deputation as OSD for Parvathipuram ITDA,” Pari Naidu informed TNIE.
“I selected to work for the tribals’ betterment and based JATTU Trust. We’re aiming to remodel two mandals — GL Puram and Kurupam, which have roughly 456 villages every — into bio-mandals,” he said. “I consider that the best present we may give to our future generations is a pollution-free civilization,” Pari Naidu concluded.