How many of our 97+ blog posts published in 2016 did you read? Agreed that we all are bombarded with numerous blogs every day and to choose and read from among them can get tricky at times. To simplify things for you, we have a list that runs down the 7 most popular posts from Zizira in 2016.
How did we find them? We used tools like BuzzSumo and Google Analytics to look at several factors such as how many social shares they received and how many people have read this after finding it on Google search.Zizira wishes to unleash the agricultural potential of the pristine Northeast region Click To Tweet
Here is the list of the most popular post of 2016
What you’ll find: Learn about a lady farmer growing sticky rice and cashews on her family farm at Mukdangra Village, West Garo Hills district, Meghalaya. See how she has been promoting natural farming practices for the past 20 years.
What you’ll find: Read about the challenges faced by the subsistence and marginal turmeric farmers of Jaintia Hills District of Meghalaya. Though the region produces one of the finest turmeric in the world with its Lakadong variety, yet the farmers grow turmeric only for self-consumption and sale at the local markets.
What you’ll find: Check out a rare ancient grain grown in the hills of Meghalaya which is considered a superfood. Learn more about the health benefits associated with this distinct strain of rice.
What you’ll find: DIYs for aromatic candles, diffuser, coffee scrub and winter cream. This post will walk you through the best way to utilize essential oils for the winter.
What you’ll find: Northeast India accounts for 40% of India’s flora and with this comes the vast diversity in terms of the plants that has medicinal properties. Find the list of 12 medicinal plants from Meghalaya that are being used till date for home remedies.
What you’ll find: Learn about essential oils from aromatic plants and the current market trend for essential oils in India. We have included a list of top 5 essential oils of India ordered based on the volume of production.
What you’ll find: Farmers of Northeast India still follow traditional agricultural practices which is free from chemical based fertilizers and pesticides. Learn how this old-fashioned farming practice has now given the farmers an upper hand over other regions in India.
Thank you to all our readers for your continuous support. Zizira will continue in our pursuit of exploring unique produce from Meghalaya and sharing them with you through our blogs. Do you have any other post that you would like to add to our list of most popular blogs? Share it in the comment box below.
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