Here’s the answer to that. This farmer makes more than $100,000 an acre in the same drought prone region just by growing vegetables.
[size=190]The Drought Fighter[/size]
[size=120]Could a controversial farmer in California have found the most effective way to grow food in a warming world? [/size]
One afternoon last March, on a small vegetable farm that Paul Kaiser runs in a particularly chilly valley in Sebastopol, California, a group of agriculture specialists gathered around a four-foot steel pole. The experts had come to test the depth and quality of Kaiser’s top-soil, and one of them, a veteran farmer from the Central Valley named Tom Willey, leaned on the pole to push it into the dirt as far as he could. On a typical farm, the pole comes to a stop against infertile hard-pan in less than a foot. But in Kaiser’s field, the pole’s entire length slid into the ground, and Willey almost fell over. “Wow, that’s incredible,” he said, wondering if he’d hit a gopher hole. The whole group burst out laughing. “Do it again! Do it again!” said Jeff Mitchell, a longtime professor of agriculture at the University of California at Davis.
Complete story: craftsmanship.net/drought-fighters/
Thanks Newbie for sharing,
Yes sure it sounds like my dream .
few stories are of bannur krishnappa , sadananda gowda , save saab are definitely inspiring like the drought fighter. It will be great of we can make it reality for many other farmers.
Thanks & regards