Hitherto, Indian farming techniques have always been dependent on monsoon for better production, due to lack of proper irrigation facilities and the need to match up the higher demand. While primitive farming in many rural families concentrates on self-sufficiency of crops, it gives such families rural independence; but at the same time makes them dependent on barter system, to buy other day-to-day necessities. Sustenance in this state is both difficult and compromising to a greater extent.
While the modern day irrigation systems, drip irrigation system for instance, not only save water or fertilizers, but also accelerate the production of crops in a natural manner. This kind of farming gives rise to the mention of intensive subsistence farming. It can be described as a type of agriculture system where higher output per unit land can be obtained. In addition to this, there is less work needed to be done on the farmland by every farmer. Isn’t this a vibrant and positive indicator for growth structure of agriculture? Needless to emphasise that efficiency of farm productivity increases in this manner.
Agrocorp is India’s first Agro-Realty company functioning on similar lines to ensure effective farming methods. Using the modern machinery, we train the farmers about the usage of organic fertilizers and pesticides on the farms. Our expert team understands the higher demand of cash crops both for their consumption within the country and export outside India. When it comes to investment, the prospects are even brighter! An investor can invest in 1 acre of Agrocorp’s land at Rs. 15.50 lakh in Hindupur, South India. In comparison to buying properties in urban areas, growth scenario of investing in agricultural farmlands is very optimistic. The farming practises are taken care of by the Agrocorp team till the maturity period of the crops.
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