• Nofcare Agritech Pvt. Ltd. B-3, No.665/6 KH. No.439 Shahbad Mohdpur Delhi 110061


We are manufacturing on organic herbal products for agriculture use only. They are organic fertilizer (Liquid/Solid/Granules) phosphoric fertilizer, growth promoting products different types of herbal BioPesticides, which are available in the market.


We have expertise in the solid waste management (SWM) treatment system. We can give consultancy design the Management of solid waste treatment system can handle projectup to end use in very economical state. We can decide the suitable technology for Solid Waste Management system. We also sale latest technology machine from 100kg/day to 15MT/day capacity for instant solidwaste compost which convert solid waste to organic manure within 24 hours. The INSTA compost system provides an economical and environment viable solution to the sustainable management and re use of potentially organic waste material.


Bio Repellent is a natural repellent products made from plant extract. Fertilizer Control Order (FCO) Act, 1985 See Class 15(2) and 18(2) Pesticide Control Order (PCO) Act, 1967

Organic Agri Centre

Organic Agri Centreis a specialist management society dedicated to creating and delivering innovative management solution through effective collaboration and maximum employment generation.

We are in the field of manufacturing order control products, Solid waste management and Agriculture related products for last many years.

  • Agriculture Bio-organic fertilizer.

  • Order control Bio-organic Pesticide & Bio-organic Fungicide.

  • Organic Solid waste management/convertor machine.


Organic farming is specifically designed to grow food without the use of toxic substances. Exposure to chemicals used in agriculture has been linked to cancer in many parts of the body including the brain and central nervous system, breast, colon, lungs, ovaries, pancreas, kidneys, testes, and stomach, according to the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services’ President’s Cancer Panel’s 2010 report. The President’s Cancer Panel examined the impact of environmental factors and the use of synthetic chemicals on cancer risks and recommends that American consumers eat food grown without pesticides and synthetic fertilizers.
There is a large body of literature that documents the negative impacts of synthetic pesticide exposure on conventional farm workers and their families, much of it summarized in the President’s Cancer Panel report. Some of these problems include increased incidence of certain types of cancers by farm workers and their spouses, increased exposure to pesticides by children living in agricultural areas, and increased incidence of leukemia in children living in agricultural areas.5 By not applying toxic synthetic pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides, organic farmers do not contribute to these health issues.


Global climate change is increasing the frequency of costly droughts, floods, heat waves and major storms. The destabilized climate is already affecting crop production and water availability, causing hunger, malnutrition, and social unrest worldwide. Organic farming is uniquely able to help mitigate further warming by removing greenhouse gases from the atmosphere and is wellpositioned to adapt to new climate conditions.
Scientists have documented that human activity is responsible for unprecedented levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere that trap heat and contribute to global climate change. Emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrous oxide (N2O), and methane (CH4), the three main greenhouse gases that are released by humans, have increased more than 70 percent in the last 30 years.28 Agricultural production releases 13.5 percent of human greenhouse gas emissions globally and, in the United States, 6 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions.
Two primary strategies for mitigating climate change are to increase carbon sequestration into soils and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. While there are ultimately physical limits to the amount of carbon that can be stored in the soil, organic farming systems--particularly those with lengthy, diversified rotations and that integrate crop and livestock production -- can play a significant role in helping capture carbon. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has offered recommendations for adapting agriculture to mitigate climate change by increasing soil carbon storage, including those already being used by organic farmers,


Organic farming is more cost effective. It reduces the production cost by about 25-30%, because it does not involve the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. It retains 40% more topsoil, thus increasing the crop yield up to five-fold within five years. Organic farming is more profitable because it reduces water use, nutrient-contamination by pesticides, and reduced soil erosion. It also enables the farmers to use the soil for a longer period of time to grow crops as soil fertility is maintained for a long time. Cattle grazing on organic farmlands have been found to be less prone to diseases, and they yield more healthy milk. Products or foodstuffs produced from organic farming do not contain any sort of artificial flavors or preservatives. Due to the absence of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, the original nutritional content of food is preserved. Organic farming also helps reduce the occurrence of many ailments, and speeds the recovery process by boosting the immune system.