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A taluka is an administrative division in India below a district; called tahsil/tehsil in northern India.

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A Taluka is an administrative and geographical block consisting of an average of 80-100 contiguous villages.
My Institute Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute (NARI) did a study for Phaltan Taluka in Western Maharashtra, where it was shown that all the energy needs of the Taluka for 2000 AD could be supplied by the use of its biomass resources.
The study also showed that Taluka has adequate amount of other biomass derived materials like night soil, vegetable waste, weeds, municipal solid waste and animal/chicken manure that which can be processed via technologies like vermiculture, composting and generally husbanding them so that they yield excellent fertilizer for the farmers.
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