Organic farm visits Tumakur Dist

As per the discussions we had during Bangalore meet at MR. Subrahmaya’s farm, we can visit two to three farms around Tumakur.

  1. Please PM your contact no and mail ID to me.
  2. Date of visit will be informed to you. May month only.
  3. Travelling by your cars/car pooling.
  4. Participants will share the expenses.
  5. Start at 7 am at Goragunte palya flyover, Bangalore.
  6. Please arrive sharp at that time to make others comfortable/value other’s time.
  7. Not for your families/children/friends.
  8. Lot to learn.
  9. Not for chemical farming enthusiast/farmers.
  10. Please mention your preferable date, only on Sunday’s.

Looking forward your participation,

I am Madhusudan Reddy a farmer practicing Shri Subhash Palekar’s Model of farming at Hindupur, I could not attend the meeting held on 26th of April at Mr.Subrahmanya’s place but would like to attend the farm visit at Tumkur. My contact No.9032946963, 8904904181


When is this happening? Do let me know … interested. I have PMed my details.


Dear all,

This event is scheduled on 17th May 2015 Sunday. Please meet me at Goragunte Palya Flyover on Tumkur Road

Please be there by 7am. For any clarifications you can contact me 9164730000

Thanks and looking forward to meet you.

Dear Krishnaprasad,

I am interested for this visit, would join you if there are any seat vacant in anybodies car.

My contact number is 9632316600.


Dear mohan

If interested pl call me.

Who are interested to join pl call me pl do not post here your interest in joining.

We had good farm visit today, just returned .

Thank Mr. sri, Mr. Mohan, Mr. Manjunath, Mr. Praveen for accompanying and giving their valuable suggestions.

Thank you KP for arranging the visit.

Few pictures
Farmer Sri.Mahesh is displaying Cover crop of Pueria Javanica/phaseoloides
This was discussed on the forum earlier also.

Sri.Mahesh is displaying rhizobium nodules of Pueria and explaining how it fixes nitrogen.

Pic3: Sesbania Sesban used as a wind barrier. This grows vigorously and provide a wind barrier and if planted on south and west boundaries they provide protection from heat waves. They are also nitrogen fixers, good fodder.

Hi Mr.KP, thanks for organizing this trip. It was an extremely enlightening one and in a small way changed several of my perceptions, not just about farming and agriculture but also about life.

Learnt a lot about building soil, inter-croping, multi-croping, managing farms, cover crop, mulching … and just about so many things that it is difficult to capture here.

Really look forward to more such farm visit … like in the words of Sri, good way to induce the ‘fire’! :smiley:

Mr. KP, do let us know when we can do the next trip … the more farms we visit the better our understanding of various ways there are to know.


Dear Manju,

next trip is on 30 and 31st may mysore and mandya dist. Already posted