Course curriculum

  • 1

    Lecture 1 - Introduction

    • Lecture 1.1 - The instructor overview

    • Lecture 1.2 - The course overview

  • 2

    Lecture 2 - Food for Marketing!

    • Lecture 2.1 - Chapter Overview

    • Lecture 2.2 - Background and origins of organic farming

    • Lecture 2.3 - Food Evolution

    • Lecture 2.4 - Why ancient India was most sought after?

    • Lecture 2.5 - Black Gold in ancient times

    • Lecture 2.6 - Culture that worshipped

    • Lecture 2.7 - Dhanya Bharat!

    • Lecture 2.8 - Subsistence Farming

    • Lecture 2.9 - Sustainability = Natural

    • Lecture 2.10 - How agriculture Shaped India?

    • Assignment 1

    • Food for Marketing pdf

  • 3

    Lecture 3 - The Green Revolution - The new normal

    • Lecture 3.1 - Overview

    • Lecture 3.2 - Origins of Green Revolution

    • Lecture 3.3 - Green Revolution indeed

    • Lecture 3.4.1 - Effects on Environment

    • Lecture 3.4.2 - Effects on flora & fauna

    • Lecture 3.4.3 - Effects on Humans

    • Lecture 3.4.4 - Effects on natural resources

    • Lecture 3.4.5 - Effects on Morality & Ethics

    • Assignment 2

    • Green Revolution pdf

  • 4

    Lecture 4 - Welcome to the future

    • Lecture 4.1 - Organic Food?

    • Lecture 4.2 - Organic Farming’s Value System

    • Lecture 4.3 - Market Scope

    • Lecture 4.4 - Advantage India

    • Lecture 4.5.1 - Organic Farming better?

    • Lecture 4.5.2 - Organic Farming better?2

    • Lecture 4.6 - Advantage Organic

    • Assignment 3

    • Organic Farming pdf

  • 5

    Lecture 5 - Scope of Organic Farming

    • Lecture 5.1 - Overview

    • Lecture 5.2 - Earth

    • Lecture 5.3 - Soil's Role

    • Lecture 5.4 - Water

    • Lecture 5.5 - Air

    • Lecture 5.6 - Light (Fire)

    • Lecture 5.7 - Space

    • Assignment: 4

    • Lecture 5.8 - Integrated Farming System + Assignment : 5

    • Spirit of organic farming pdf

  • 6

    Lecture 6 - Preparatory Stage

    • Lecture 6.1 - Overview

    • Lecture 6.2.1 - Preliminary Research - Features

    • Lecture 6.2.2 - Preliminary Research - Nature

    • Lecture 6.2.3 - Preliminary research - Economics

    • Lecture 6.3.1 - General research - Macro

    • Lecture 6.3.2 - General research - 2

    • Lecture 6.3.3 - General research - Micro 1

    • Lecture 6.3.4 - General research - Micro 2

    • Assignment 6

    • Preparatory stage pdf

  • 7

    Lecture 7 - Land Preparation

    • Lecture 7.1 - Overview

    • Lecture 7.2 - Land Preparation

    • Lecture 7.3 - Understanding Soil

    • Lecture 7.4 Understanding Soil

    • Lecture 7.5 - Soil Testing

    • Assignment 7

    • Lecture 7.6 - Vegetable Bed Preparation

    • Lecture 7.7 - Work The Soil

    • Lecture 7.8 - Bed Demarcation

    • Assignment 8

  • 8

    Lecture 8 - Crop Planning

    • Lecture 8.1 - Overview

    • Lecture 8.2 - Ecosystem Planning

    • Lecture 8.3.1 - Crop planning - 1

    • Lecture 8.3.2 - Crop Planning - 2

    • Lecture 8.4- Staggered Cropping

    • Lecture 8.5- Farm Design

    • Assignment - 9

  • 9

    Lecture 9 - Seeds

    • Lecture 9.1 - Overview

    • Lecture 9.2 - Miracle - Seeds!

    • Lecture 9.3 - Seeds for YOU

    • Lecture 9.5 - Get Started

    • Lecture 9.4 - Properties of Seeds

    • Lecture 9.6 - Kinds of Seeding

    • Lecture 9.4.2 - Sourcing and Saving seeds

  • 10

    Lecture 10

    • Lecture 10.1 - Nurture your crops!

    • Lecture 10.2- Flood Irrigation

    • Lecture 10.3- Manual Watering

    • Lecture 10.4- Sprinkler System

    • Lecture 10.5- Drip Irrigation

    • Lecture 10.6- Weeding

    • Lecture 10.7 - Weeds are bad

    • Lecture 10.8 - Methods Of Weeding

  • 11

    Lecture 11- Pest Management

    • Lecture 11.1- Introduction

    • Lecture 11.2- Pest Management

    • Lecture 11.3- What disrupts a Pest's life?

    • Lecture 11.4- Integrated Pest Management

    • Lecture 11.5- Lifecycle Intervention

    • Assignment 10

    • Lecture 11.6- 10 Most Prominent, Common Pests for Vegetables