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Panaji: Propelling its attempts further to increase the farm yields, Goa government today welcomed shiv yog farming, a technique which increases the farm productiveness through cosmic energy.

Talking to reporters on the sidelines of a workshop held at Bambolim’s Dr Shama Prasad Mukherjee stadium, Agriculture Minister Vijai Sardesai said that the shiv yog farming is a ray of hope for the government which is all set to reduce food dependency of the state on neighbours.

The Shiv Yog farming is an iniative of Shiv Yog Foundation of Dr Avadhoot Shivanand.

Sardesai said that shiv yog farming should be welcomed by the Goans specially the farmers. “Cosmic farming is showing good results. Due to it, there is increase in fertility and richness of soil,” he said.

“Our government has been working for increasing agriculture production. Central government has recognized shiv yog under traditional farming scheme,” he said.

Sardesai said that Goa government feels that if the awareness should be there about this technique amongst the farmers so that we can have better yield. 

“There is need for awareness. This is not magic but science. There are documented results. There is no loss if we try this,” he said.

“Goa is a progressive state. We can’t be food dependent . We are currently completely food dependent. We have brought schemes for farming. Shiv yog is a ray of hope,” he said. 

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