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Ground Rooted Oragnic Producer

| About Ecokisan

The Story
of Kisan Unity

"It is commonly said that 'health is wealth' and the food we consume is closely tied to our health and lifestyle. Our food is provided by farmers, also known as 'Anna daatas,' who have unfortunately adopted chemical farming as a more efficient method, making organic farming seem paradoxical.

Chemical farming is a method of agriculture that relies heavily on the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides. These chemicals are used to boost crop yields, control pests and weeds, and improve the overall health and appearance of the plants.

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Journey Started in 2014, EcoKisan is the birth child of young entrepreneur and farmers. our seeds are rooted in the 'seeding to feeding' philosophy.





With the help of just 50+ Farmers, we laid the foundation of the EcoKisan organic farming group, today this group of grown with 150+ Farmers



We believe that human beings and nature go hand in hand, so we heading towards a sustainable & healthy future for our customers & farmers with the respect to nature & environment

Our Organic Practices


4. Mix Cropping


5. Biogas Slurry


3. Herbal Extract


6. Fruit Enzyme

Amrit Miti
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What is Amrit Mitti?

Amrit Mitti, also known as "Divine Soil," is a special type of clay that is said to have medicinal and healing properties. It is a natural soil mix, which is composed of a variety of herbs, clay, cow urine, dung, and other natural materials.

The Amrit Mitti is said to have a unique composition that makes it rich in minerals and other beneficial substances. This unique composition enables it to retain moisture for a long time and release it gradually, which makes it beneficial for growing plants.

It is believed that using Amrit Mitti in farming can improve soil fertility, increase crop yields, and protect crops from pests and diseases. It is also said to help in reducing the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides, which can be harmful to the environment.

Homa farming is an ancient Indian agricultural practice that involves the use of specific mantras or sacred sounds, and a fire ceremony to create a positive energy field around the farmland. The practice is believed to purify the land, improve soil fertility, increase crop yields, and protect crops from pests and diseases.

The Homa ceremony is performed by a trained practitioner, who uses a specific set of mantras and rituals to invoke the blessings of Agni, the Hindu god of fire. During the ceremony, offerings of ghee (clarified butter) and other natural substances are made into the fire, and the smoke and ash are spread over the farmland. The ceremony is believed to purify the air, water, and soil, as well as create a protective shield around the crops.

Homa farming is also considered a holistic practice as it involves taking care of the spiritual and ecological balance of the farm. It is considered by practitioners to have a wide range of benefits, including increased crop yields, improved soil fertility, and increased resistance to pests and diseases. The spiritual, emotional, and environmental benefits to the farmers and the environment that is why it's considered a holistic practice.

What is Homa Farming?
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Homa Organic

In Organic Industry

$ 849.5 Million 

The Indian organic food market value in 2022

20.5% (2021 to 2026)

The market is further expected to grow at a CAGR of

Certification & Accreditation

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Our Clients

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Our Organic Produces


Famous Nashik GI Tag Onion

Availability: All Season

No. of Variety : 4

Procurement Capacity : 1000+ Tons

Area : 50+ Acre



Availability: Feb - March

No. of Variety : 4

Procurement Capacity : 1000+ Tons

Area : 50+ Acre



Availability: All Season

No. of Variety: 2

Procurement Capacity : 1000+ Tons

Area : 50+ Acre



Availability: All Season

No. of Variety: 1

Procurement Capacity : 1000+ Tons

Area : 50+ Acre

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