Gaon Radio: Here's how indigenous seeds are helping sustain livelihoods, fight climate change and pay off loans

A tribal farmer from Madhya Pradesh has been conserving indigenous seeds for nearly four decades. These seeds require less water, are suitable for local climate and terrain, and are cheaper alternatives to hybrid seeds, she says. The adivasi farmer also plans to use her seed bank as an asset to pay off loans.

Gaon Radio: Heres how indigenous seeds are helping sustain livelihoods, fight climate change and pay off loans



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