Success on Cabbage and Cauliflower
When farmers take ownership of a new idea or technology, then it means they have really benefited from it and have taken it to heart. This is an instance of how our STEP System is now being popularized by farmers themselves.
Didar Singh's Citrus Orchard
Didar Singh a progressive and educated farmer from village 5 -O near Lakhian in Sri Karanpur Tehsil of Sriganganagar district was desperate. His 5 bighas (3.125 acres) of kinnows was in steep decline, his income had shrunk from Rs 2.7 lacs ($4,500) in 2012 to just Rs 1.30 lacs ($2,170) in 2013.
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.