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Homa Organic Farming
Submitted by lee on Sun, 01/15/2012 - 05:05
In September, 2011 Frits Ringma of Homa Therapy Association of Australia was invited by Mr Alan Yong to conduct a Homa Resonance activation at his organic Jack fruit farm in Lanchang, Pahang, Malaysia.
Shared Agnihotra sunrise took place at Datin Ky's place called Phoenix Rise situated in the hill district of Kuala Lumpur. Mr Soh coordinates the Homa Therapy activities here. Agnihotra and Om Tryambakam take place regularly. New people sit in the middle of the group Agnihotra circle to receive the healing from all sides. Mr. Soh is well known for his ash water eye drops which have been healing people of eye irritability and even cataracts.
Submitted by prerana patil on Thu, 11/24/2011 - 10:28
Here everything is in good progress. We are sending you some pictures of the vegetables from our little HOMA ORGANIC GARDEN in Amalner city, which is in the dry land region of Central India where temperatures reach up to 48 degrees in summer.
We planted vegetables like lady finger, two different types of gourd, beans, lemons, etc. We do daily sunrise & sunset Agnihotra & regularly some Om Trambakam Homa.
We are also giving the Agnihotra ash & Homa ash regularly to the plants and we are getting beautiful results. The food quality & quantity is really surprising.
Submitted by rich on Fri, 10/28/2011 - 11:01
On August 11, 2011 my son Matt and I took off for Puerto Rico, to be joined later by Dr Henry Gregory of the Baltimore Homa Community.
We had been invited to give some talks on Homa Therapy and to set up a Resonance Point at a bed and breakfast called Casa Picaflores, in the rainforest.
Resonance technique is a part of Homa Therapy in which simple practices are used to heal greater areas of sick crops in shorter periods of time.
Submitted by jamal on Mon, 07/04/2011 - 16:07
In an attempt to reflect that a very small twelve foot by fifteen foot piece of earth can produce enough food for a few families, we grew a trellis garden behind Melanie Burch's garage studio on St. James Road in Randallstown, Maryland, starting on May 15th, 2011. Stephanie Gasden and Freddie Lawrence expended great energy to erect the trellis.
Submitted by lee on Mon, 02/28/2011 - 14:10
In 2009 Frits and I were invited to conduct a three-day live-in Homa Organic Farming course in Malaysia. Approximately thirty-five participants, mostly established Malaysian organic farmers, attended the course, including participants from Taiwan, Indonesia and Thailand.
Maria Cristina Correa and Rafael Valenzuela
Colombia, South America
Our Homa garden on the Caribbean Sea
"When we bought this house on the beach, there were cocoa plum bushes planted on the borders of the property. We began to recycle all fallen leaves and then we created a reafforestation system. We started planting trees and ornamental plants.
We planted cassava, mangos, guava, papaya, plums, beans, sapodilla, lemons, avocados, grapes and many aromatic herbs such as mint, oregano and plenty of basil around the house and all this on the salty sand of the beach. We spray everything with the Agnihotra ash solution and of course, we practice daily sunrise and sunset Agnihotra.
Submitted by rk pathak on Tue, 11/09/2010 - 19:41
The four day training on various aspects of Homa Jaivik Krishi (Homa Organic Farming) was organized at Manas Rural Development Farm at Sajiwali, Thane, Maharashtra, India by Manas Rural Development Institute from 10th to 13th November, 2010. All the participants were from India, except one from Malaysia.
Submitted by jens sorenson on Tue, 11/09/2010 - 15:52
On September 20th, 2010, Dr Ulrich Berk from Germany installed a resonance point at “La Casa del Sol” Center in Andahuaylillas, a small village located 35 km outside the city of Cusco. Here we are performing Homa fires daily and on full moon days we are doing 24 hours of Om Tryambakam.
Farm of Shri Ramesh Tiwari,
Hasanganj, District: Unnao, UP
Report on Mango, Variety Dashehari
Dr R.K. Pathak
Vice Chairman Manas Rural Development Institute
Kharkarali, Lane, Thane,
There is exciting news from the mango belt of Uttar Pradesh in Northern India.
'Yadnyanagar' Homa Farm
Report from P.S. Kadam B.Sc. (Agri)
Mrs Savita Joshi
Islampur, Dist: Sangli
I heard about Agnihotra and its effects in a talk by Dr Pramod Basarkar from Dharwad Agricultural University, Karnataka. After hearing about it, I started to practice Agnihotra. But I didn't think more about the benefits that were told in the talk.
UAP (University Arturo Prat)
During the years 2006 to 2009 two Agronomists, Carolina Morales and Cecilia Lara Pol, from the UAP (University Arturo Prat) in Iquique, Chile, undertook studies on Homa farming technology applied to fruits and vegetables which are grown in the region of northern Chile. They compared conventional agriculture with Homa farming and their research shows that the Homa fruits have better values in all parameters (harvesting time, size, color, polar and equatorial diameters and organoleptic characteristics of fruit).
Eng. Hernan Posas,
BANANA and a Biological Control Agent
"I want to tell you that we had on our farm "Fuente de Alegria" (Source of Joy) a Banana Mealy Bug plague. This plague has caused us big problems, including rejection of containers in the United States. Our bananas went to Walmart, but Walmart rejected the containers due to the presence of the mealy bug, which is not acceptable for the United States market.
Patrick Feijo, Ecuador BANANAS "We selected a hectare of bananas only to test HOMA Farming Technology and we are only fumigating the Agnihotra ash solution with the help of a water pump. In this sector we also apply the ash that is produced during the Tryambakam Homa.
Architect, Alejandro Cajas, Ecuador PAPAYAS "I want to share an experience which I had with the Agnihotra ash. I went to visit my mother and she told me that she was going to cut the male papaya tree in her garden because it was not giving anything. I said, 'Mom don’t cut the tree, I’ll bring some Agnihotra ash, which we will put around the tree and let’s see what happens. I will also leave you a bag of Agnihotra ash so you can continuously apply ash.
"I would like to share an experience we had in the village of Tenjo, close to Bogota. There, we have a lot of different crops on our small farm. It is in our garden where we use all the techniques of Homa Therapy in the preparation of the land, in the irrigation, spraying Agnihotra ash water against bugs, etc., in short, all we can do with Homa Therapy.
Parola, District: Jalgaon
In December, 2009 there was an unseasonal storm in the Dhule/Jalgaon region of North Maharashtra. 35,000 hectares of farmland were damaged. Hundreds of thousands of rupees of crop losses were reported by farmers in the area.
Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 02/13/2010 - 03:01
In December, 2009 there was an unseasonal storm in the Dhule/ Jalgaon region of North Maharashtra. 35,000 hectares of farmland was damaged. Hundreds of thousands of rupees of crop losses were reported by farmers in the area. In the district of Parola 49 villages were affected. In some places, 2 feet of ice were reported in the fields from the hail storm. The ice remained in some fields for 3 days after the storm.
Submitted by ginny ansbergs on Wed, 05/06/2009 - 18:31
Here in rural, western Massachusetts, about two and a half hours from Boston, we live on 6.4 acres of land that has a large vegetable, flower, and herb garden. For the past few years here I have been doing Agnihotra and other healing fires while caring for the land, growing vegetables and some fruits using Homa fires.
Submitted by aleta on Thu, 04/16/2009 - 13:21
A new program is being implemented by the Agricultural Department (at Municipality level) in the whole state of Madhya Pradesh. The different departments have to conduct at least two farmer’s gathering programs every year in the Monsoon (Kharif) and in the Winter (Rabi) season to make farmers aware of the new technologies, methods and practices to solve the problems faced by the farmers. The Agricultural Department from Maheshwar invited Fivefold Path Mission to address the gathering, as this year the District Khargone faced a huge crop loss due to seasonal changes and pest attacks.
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 03/16/2009 - 13:27
A 2 day conference sponsored by the National Planning Commission of India was conducted in Tapovan on the subject "Bringing Homa Organic Farming into the Mainstream of Indian Agniculture System."
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 10/13/2008 - 03:16
Dr O.P. Rupela, Chief Scientist (retired), International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, visited the farm recently and reported:
"The crop production system in this Homa farm reflects a complete balance, which can only be achieved when Nature is in perfect balance and harmony. The farm is a good place of education and research for agricultural scientists..."
Submitted by rich on Sun, 09/07/2008 - 13:24
Ana Karyn Garcia of the Bioenergetics Institute in Ottawa, Canada invited me to come and talk about Homa Therapy Farming and to establish a Resonance Point or two.
Submitted by henry on Sun, 09/07/2008 - 12:33
On May 15th, Jannette and I went to Accra, Ghana in West Africa for a dual purpose trip. I had been commissioned by an agency that I work with to train young psychologists in Accra, and as representatives of the Baltimore Homa Community we were to connect with Agnihotra practitioners in Ghana and identify a site for a Homa farm.
Submitted by karin on Sat, 04/07/2007 - 02:19
When the Chernobyl nuclear accident happened in 1986, I had a farm near Graz in Austria. The Austrian Government immediately issued that every farmer had to carry milk and fodder for testing for radioactivity. When I did this, the inspectors were shocked, because they found only normal radioactivity levels in our milk and fodder samples while all the farmers in the surrounding area had high doses in their samples. The inspectors said it was not possible to have normal radioactivity after Chernobyl and is there anything special that I do on my farm?