Climate change, creating our own avenues for providing minimum support price, re-skilling farmers based on new farming methods, new employment opportunities, small scale industries to create finished goods, technology adoption and awareness, & creating a marketplace.
The movement is the origin of the nation wide Seed Satyagraha, or "seed freedom" sparked off in December 1992. The attack on the office of Cargill Seeds India Ltd. in Bangalore sent a clear message to multinational companies involved in the seed industry.
A massive rally of farmers was held in the cotton-growing belt of North Karnataka, protesting again BT cotton seeds which was environmental hazardous.
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