The Indian government is taking steps to improve the conditions of agriculture sector in the country. With the adoption of the Agroforestry Policy in February 2014, India became the first nation in the world to plan for this hitherto neglected sector. The main idea behind this policy is to increase the tree cover that shall lead to sustainability in the ecosystem, while at the same time integrating the crop production and livestock on the same plot of land. This shall lessen the dependency on natural forests for better air quality around the farmlands. Also, discussions were carried about the security of land tenure, promotion of research and capacity building, offering incentives to the farmers, etc.
On the Agrocorp farms located in Hindupur, on the periphery of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, the plantation of Malabar Neem is carried out. Also known as Melia Dubia, the Malabar Neem is a cash crop which has a maturity period of 5-7 years. The Agrocorp team has busted the myth that Agroforestry and Agriculture cannot go together!
The Agrocorp team follows the terms of the National Agroforestry Policy laid on 10th February 2016, on the World Congress held in Delhi. We bring better growth opportunities to both farmers and investors. In the case of farmers, the expert Agrocorp team provides them required training and skills to adapt to the new technologies and techniques in farming. Investors make promising gains on their investment in the agriculture sector with us, as the investments are insured.
In addition, leading companies provide buy back policies on the crops, hence minimizing any risk of losses!
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