While in developed countries, contribution of 14% of agriculture sector to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) would be considered very good, but such is not the case in India. In India, the contribution towards GDP stands at 14%, but the fact that over half of India’s population is directly dependent on agriculture for livelihood can be upsetting due to their minimal earnings. There are many factors leading to this condition, prominent amongst them being the lack of knowledge about modern technology and irrigation techniques, and disguised unemployment.
The real prosperity of India lies in the better living conditions of farmers. Many a times they don’t get the right amount of money on their crop produce due to the presence of many middlemen in the supply chain. In this technology age, the Indian farmers can meet the demand-supply chain with the usage of efficient farming methods.
Considering the above facts about the condition of farmers in India, Agrocorp is determined to educate the farmers and assist them in getting better produce from their farmlands. The presence of Agrocorp farmlands in Hindupur on the periphery of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka provides easy access for people through road. Being India’s first Agro-Realty company, Agrocorp has been capable enough to create potential investment opportunities for the investors. In simple terms, Agrocorp provides risk free investments to investors in agriculture.
It is a good idea to invest in Indian agriculture, given the low price of land in comparison to purchase of land in urban areas, tax-free income on agriculture provided by Government, and appreciation of land value in future. The farmers get training from the expert team of Agrocorp, for carrying out modern infrastructural practices in the most seamless manner. We also minimize the presence of middlemen in the supply chain. Moreover, dealing in cash crops, we share higher gains with both farmers and investors.
If you would like to invest in agriculture with Agrocorp, then feel free to contact us at (+91-11) 42418736 or drop a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org