Kerala Becomes First State To Introduce Carbon-Neutral Farming
- Kerala is all set to become the first in the country to introduce Carbon-neutral farming for better soil health.
- For this, the State government has set aside Rs. 6 crores in the 2022-23 Budget.
- In the first phase, carbon-neutral farming will be implemented in 13 farms under the Agriculture department and tribal areas, and steps are on to convert the State Seed Farm at Aluva a carbon-neutral farm. In the second phase, model carbon-neutral farms will be developed in all the 140 Assembly constituencies.
Points to remember:
- Which is the first state in India to introduce Carbon-neutral farming?
Source: The Hindu