Vedic Agriculture

Vedic Agriculture

To create immunity from disease for animal and man we have to make a sacrifice to Mother Earth.

The Cow, the Personification of the Earth, gives us everything she has – therefore we should offer her something back.

This presentation will be made by Radha Krishna das on his research since 1995 into soil fertility and disease resistance in both animal and man.

In this seminar we will look at:

  • How we can improve the quality and diversity in the grasslands of The Manor –  closed loop system
  • How we can optimise the dung from the goshala to make a manure that is 4 times more effective than cow dung alone
  • The effects of increased nutritional content of our crops – prevention from all types of diseases including TB and Foot & Mouth Disease in cows.
  • How the ancient cultures have been found to be living to 140 years of age – Vedic Agriculture

This science can bring back the interactive life between the cows and humanity

This seminar is proposed to be an on-going event as the topic of agriculture is the largest science on the planet (Bhagavatam).

Course Dates: Sunday 24th April 2016
Time: 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £10

For more information, please email or telephone 07983 439171

Class size is limited. Please make sure you book ahead either at reception, or by following the Paypal link below:

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About the speaker:

Radha Krishna das left the Royal Berkshire College of Agriculture to become a full time member of ISKCON in 1974.

In 1995 he joined the British Library to research the works of the great Sir Albert Howard who spent 30 years in India studying pests and disease resistance in animals and man. His work on disease prevention was so successful that it spread all over the world and he is now considered the Grandfather of Organic Farming in modern times.

What Radha Krishna discovered was that Howard had stumbled upon an ancient Vedic system of agriculture that is talked about in Srimad Bhagavatam. This  has now become his life’s work and he now lectures to the Soil Association, Oxford University and Agricultural Colleges around.the world. This last year he initiated programmes for Food Security in Bermuda and Uganda.  It is now generally accepted by the leading ecological experts of the world that unless we adopt a more eco friendly sustainable form of agriculture and carbon sequestration we will be plagued by climate change and increasing degenerative diseases as the population increases to 9.6 billion  by 2050..