The ever-changing weather scenario casts an adverse impact on the agricultural produce in India. This, in addition, shows up in the financial status of the farmers. On the contrary,in countries like US and Israel, the farmers are able to ensure their livelihood by carrying precision farming.
Precision farming is also known as satellite farming, which is a concept that analyses the growth pattern on the farmlands. Moreover, the introduction of graphics and images makes the understanding of the farms easier. This is already being done in Japan! The illiterate farmers can relate to the icons and symbols shown on the graphics, and take informed decisions to minimize the risks of losses.
In a recent event namely, “Digital Pathways in Agriculture, Integrating Advanced Technologies in Indian Agriculture” organized in Delhi by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), the co-chair, CII Mr. Salil Singhal said, “Digital technology is going to be next game changer in the field of agriculture.”
The event emphasized on the need to get better income opportunities for farmers in India. Many times due to minimal opportunities in the rural areas, the youngsters migrate to the urban areas. This lessens the prospects of the development of the rural areas. Digital technology can improve understanding of farms amongst the youngsters.
Taking these points into consideration, the Agrocorp team is opening up opportunities for the youngsters and farmers, in Hindupur. Being located in the periphery of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, the farmers get proper guidance to carry out production in a sustainable manner. Moreover, the latest technology is used at the Agrocorp farms. Also, agricultural investments are open to the interested investors. To know more about how we work and our investment plans, visit www.agrocorpglobal.com/about/