"population increases in a geometric ratio, while the means of subsistence increases in an arithmetic ratio." Father Malthus in "Essay on the Principle of Population" 1798.

In an arid corner of Tamilnadu in early 1986 Mr.Dakshnamoorthy and his family invested in a stretch of wasteland full of gravel near Chennai. After all, the barren region had hardly seen any water. It was barely habitual and a forgotten grazing land and no agriculture was practiced for the past 40 years or so.

An open well was dug in 1987 and saplings were planted. Most of them wilted and year after year the exercise was continued. In hot summer there was no water in the 35 feet deep well. With the available little precious water, the work continued.   

Single mindedly, Single handedly

“You can grow forest in you mind if you think hard enough” they believed. Koo babul seeds from so many places were collected in India and sowed. They burst through the scorched unproductive sand and gravel surface. The land is having gravel of up to one foot size to depth even to thirty feet.

Two peculation ponds were made, and with next rain the water stared to store and well water level increased, and water level of the villages around began to rise. The entire area, the greenery and healthy plants all over is developed by adopting organic methods of farming and soil and water conservation by micro and sprinkler irrigation and mulching was done.

All green vegetation and waste wood are fully utilized for mulching. We are maintaining bio diversity registered in the way of conserving the natural vegetation in an institute -manner.

Nurturing soil health through recycling organic waste also and adoption integrated plant, nutrient management. Which reduces chemical fertilizers an d pesticide.

We have planted horticulture crops mainly mango nelli, sappota, jamun, date palm and with hard wood and soft wood with coconut and 25000 trees of agro forestry. A soil to earth tree plantation, and enhanced green covers .is the result. Enriching soil fertility through leguminous crop, crop rotation that support diversification.

Developmental work on 25 acre IRRIDYNE Center Pivot Irrigation Machine was started in 1988 and was perfected in 1996 and it is successfully running and cultivating grain, oilseeds, millets, fodder and animal fodder saving water, energy and labor.

We have erected chain link fencing and live casuarinas fence for around the farm by saving land from over grazing by outside cattle. Animals inside the farm are being reared in closed area on open ground. Labor quarters of 16 numbers are constructed with toilet and bathrooms.

Today, the land is filled with a variety of food, vegetable crops, hard, soft woods forest, horticulture crops, animal fodder, and other plants, by utilizing harvested rain water stored in farm ponds, recharging ground water farm wells, boreholes and so on.

This water is recycled for aquaculture, animal husbandry and finally used for agriculture irrigation through the world ‘s advanced Center Pivot Machine for food, feed and to irrigate horticulture trees. The agro forestry absorbs CO2 for a cleaner atmosphere.

Population  Growth  and Food Suppliesis life
Crop Yields  And Food Security.
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Current concerns in India for food security are as follows
Efficient Crop Rotation & Double Crops with Rain Water
Re-Cycling Organic Waste
Organic Farming up to the Possible Extent
Sustainable Agro forest
Dual Water System
Growing Local Food
Keeping the Ground Fertile & Keeping Away From Plastics
Our Land - Our Future