Organic Basmati Rice Exporters and Farming Practices in India

When processing organic basmati rice, we strive to do everything that meets the standards to maintain high quality, health and sustainability. We consider the pre-emptive kindness and standard measure for processing different kinds of basmati rice we sell. By picking organic basmati rice, you are not just supporting sustainability but also choosing good healthy food. .

Basmati Rice We Sell:

  • Golden Sella Basmati Rice
  • Traditional basmati rice
  • Pusa Basmati Rice
  • 1121 Golden Sella Basmati Rice
  • 1121 Basmati Rice – White
  • White Sella Basmati Rice
  • Sugandha Basmati Rice
  • Sharbati Basmati Rice

What does organic rice mean?

Rice grown without consistent use of toxic pesticides is called organic. These toxic chemicals and pesticides mix in your food, soil and water – causing many health diseases or harmful conditions.

But as per USDA, growing organic rice is a process of utilizing cultural, mechanical and biological practices, which helps in forming an ecological balance. Meanwhile, organic practice helps in promoting the rotation of farming resources while saving biodiversity. These practices also involve maintaining high soil and water quality, as well as utilizing synthetic fertilizers and genetic engineering.

Organic Farming Practices Used by Rice Manufacturers

1. Soil Fertility

When basmati rice is grown in healthy and good soil, this crop can survive diseases and drought conditions, as well as tolerate insects. This is possible all thanks to the use of animal or green manure by basmati rice manufacturers in India.

2. Planting and seeds

Basmati Rice Exporters in India also make use of organic seeds for protecting the integrity of crops. According to USDA, when organic seeds are not available commercially, organic basmati rice producers can also use conventionally produced seeds. But the organic seeds must not be genetically modified or produced by any other prohibited things.

3. Pest management

Basmati rice suppliers ensure that the organic rice farms – from where are getting the organic basmati rice – follow well-managed pest control strategies, which are as per the guidelines of USDA. Some of these pest management strategies are the suspension, prevention, monitoring and avoidance. Prevention and avoidance is the first defence line against any diseases. The basmati rice distributors also make use of technical and physical practices like machines used to remove weeds. If nothing seems to work, the microorganism-containing pesticide is used for growing organic rice.

4. Organic rice authenticity

Be it organic brown basmati rice or white basmati rice, it is important to prevent any contact between the conventionally grown rice and organically grown basmati. Even buffer zones like hedgerows are required in organic farming for preventing any accidental spray of synthetic fertilizers or chemicals.

5. Practices followed by organic basmati rice exporters

Rice Exporters India to Philippines ensures that only 95% of organic ingredients are used, according to USDA guidelines. No ingredients must use any genetically modified organisms.

6. Mixing

Organic Basmati rice exporters must maintain the authenticity of organic ingredients, which include:

Avoid mixing of long grain rice with conventional basmati or other rice varieties. The conventional rice is not preferred while processing basmati rice for exporting or local markets. Maintain sanitation: During basmati rice processing, the manufacturers must maintain rice sanitation with certain approved materials that are prescribed by some certifying agents.

7. Managing Pests

Export of basmati rice from India must be of premium quality. While processing basmati rice, the manufacturing facility must lay stress on prevention and pest management, not the treatment.

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