Mahatma Gandhi once said, “India lives in farmers’ huts. The weavers’ skill is a reminder of India’s glory, and so I feel proud in describing myself as a farmer and a weaver.”
Since Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary is celebrated as International Day of Peace, we can learn a lot from his teachings. He gave importance to the farmers as they understood the nature of soil, weather conditions, etc, to get efficient productivity from the farmlands, implying that a farmer should know enough of geology, geography and astronomy by being fa-miliar with the movement of the stars, the moon and the sun. Gandhi had these ideals considering the dependency the Indian population had on ag-riculture and allied sectors.
Subsistence farming is what he felt was the self-help the farmers did for themselves and their families. He encouraged the farmers to carry out the tilling of land, sowing, reaping and making the necessary implements themselves, while also giving a vision not to depend on other countries to meet the requirement of important crops within the country.
On Gandhi Jayanti, the Agrocorp team extends great regards to the thoughts of the visionary and the father of our Nation. We are dedicated to carry out farming in the most vibrant, efficient and effective manner; and at the same time, giving the required training to the farmers.
At the Agrocorp farms, we grow cash crops that have a high demand in In-dia and abroad; while using modern day farming techniques to get the best output from the farms. Sustainable development is one area that we follow religiously.
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