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This the second pond which is the larger of the two. The reason we had to harvest early was that we discovered a problem with the prawns in this specific pon…
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Pokkali (pronounced Pokkaalli) is a unique saline tolerant rice variety that is cultivated in an organic way in the water logged coastal regions of Alappuzha, Thrissur and Ernakulam districts of Kerala in Southern India. The rice is cultivated from June to early November when the salinity level of the water in the fields is low. From mid-November to mid-April, when the salinity is high, prawn farming takes over. The prawn seedlings, which swim in from the sea and the backwaters after the rice harvest, feed on the leftovers of the harvested crop. Sluice gates are used to control the water flow to the fields. The rice crop, which get no other fertilizer or manure, draw nutrients from the prawns excrement and other remnants. Pokkali Rice farming traditional heritage of Kerala seems to be getting extinct as shirking in cultivation land and various issues in farming. Lack of mechanisation and relatively low yield from the traditional varieties of Pokkali are other reasons. Pokkali is a unique saline tolerant rice variety that is cultivated in an organic way in the water-logged coastal regions of Ernakulam, Alappuzha and Thrissur districts of Kerala in Southern India MS Swaminathan veteran agricultural scientist, suggests Pokkali rejuvenation mission to save the traditional Pokkali rice organic farming in Kerala and its a success and you can see here in the video how the crop in field grown with strength and immunity.
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