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Ganga Maa Mandal Cropping System

Ganga Maa Mandal display which was executed in Chattisgarh by NGO Seva Sansthan to overcome dry season in towns.

What is 'Ganga Maa Mandal'?

This structure is made with a specific end goal to acquire all the nutritional components fundamental for a group of 5 individuals from vegetables to all organic products. It needn't bother with space more than 750 square feet. Herbs to keep up wellbeing can include in it. Its point is to give finish nourishment to a family without relying upon outside market. This additionally gives chance to female individuals from the family to live with respect as it gives peripheral salary adequate vegetable and products of the family. It gives raw food to kids when the guardians are far from home for work, which gives enough nourishment to developing youngsters. With this, we can stay away from child death rates because of unhealthiness.

What are the materials expected to fabricate the 'Ganga Ma Mandal'?

The materials expected to build it are as per the following –

1. Place where there are 30 ft breadth i.e. 706 sq. ft.

2. Seeds/seedlings

3. Amrut Mitti's loads – 8

4. 5 kilo Ash or lime

5. Biomass for mulching – 200 kg

6. Amrut Jal @ 1 L/sq.ft. i.e. 706 L

7. A stone of around 4 sq. ft.

8. Around 8 feet high 50 nos. sticks or bamboos

9. Spades

10. Crowbars

11. Workers at the time of prerequisite

12. Coir ropes and measuring tape

13. Water.

What is the procedure to fabricate 'Ganga Ma Mandal'?
The procedure to making this is as per the following -

• Plant a peg just in the focal point of the 1000 square feet range and tie a rope sufficiently fit to gauge 15 feet long to it. Presently draw a circle 15 feet far from the peg, with the assistance of the rope. Put ash on its boundaries with the goal that it can be taken note.

• Now draw progressive circles, each individually 10.5, 9, 6, 4.5, and 3 feet far from the peg, and put ash remains within its boundaries.

• Hold tape on the edge of the external most circle and separate it in 7 equivalent amounts of 13.5 feet each. Continue marking by putting ash.

• Draw a straight line up to the 4.5 feet circle, considering the place as the inside point where such two sections meet. Measure 9 inches each from both the two finishes of this line and draw two straight lines up to the 4.5 feet circle. Along these lines, a 1.5 feet path would be worked in the middle of these two lines. This path would reach out up to the 4.5 feet circle from the external last circle.

• Make 7 paths of 1.5 feet each like this between all the 7 sections based on the external circle.

• Now dig 2 feet down in the shape of a chimney in the inward most circle of 3 feet. Put such dry natural materials in this pit which would take over a half year of time to deteriorate. For example, coconut fibres, branches of pigeon pea plant and cotton, sugarcane debris and so forth.

• Put the hard materials which would decompose slowly at the base and mount the materials which would break down speedier over it. For example, dry leaves of plants.

• After filling the pit in the inward most circle, a stone is kept on it which is sufficient enough to sit and scrub down or to wash garments and utensils.

• A stage is made by raising shafts and bamboos on both the sides of the of all paths. A connecting rope is made at this stage.

• The pile can be made straight away on the rest of the spaces, with the exception of the paths or Amrut Mitti arranged in some different spots can likewise be bought and piled here. The principal procedure is more valuable. Amrut Mitti never misses the mark in this procedure and the underlying foundations of plants continue getting all the natural nutrients created by miniaturized scale living beings(microbes).

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