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Success Story of Jeeta Singh

Farmers in the village of Gihri Butter near Bathinda had traditionally grown green chillies for supplying to the nearby city. This crop was grown over 250 acres in this village but over the years, farmers faced the onslaught of deadly soil borne fungi which decimated their yields. They tried all possible fungicides available in the markets but the disease would recur in a more serious form after every application of chemical fungicides, this rendered the cultivation of this hitherto profitable crop, unviable. This saw the decline in acreages of chillies in this village to just 20 acres.

 

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Successes of Farmers with STEP System in National Media

The years of successful field development demonstarting the many benefits of our STEP System finally aroused the attention of India's leading newspaper the Times of India (TOI), the country's and the world's largest circulating English Daily. In 2015, when farmers in Punjab were driven to desperation by the whitefly menace on cotton and kinnow farmers were on the verge of uprooting their beloved trees, Sequoia reached out, providing solace and hope. This was frontpaged by TOI in two articles.

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Capsicums of Raman Mandi

The village of Lalliana near Raman Mandi had been famous in the region for growing capsicum. Each year over 300 acres of the crop was traditionally grown in the village. However, virulent strains of leaf curl virus together with soil borne fungal pathogens like Rhizoctonia, Fusarium and Phytophthora had decimated the crop and farmers had been forced to grow cereals which at least offered some returns. By the year 2010, the area under capsicum had declined to a mere 35 acres.

 

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