Indian agriculture is a victim of several factors that hamper productivity, of which small land holdings is the major one, leading to declining agricultural growth. The reason behind this problem is two-fold : (1) High rates of agro farms, and (2) Inheritance laws.
Poor farmers lack enough capital to invest in buying big farms, and on top of that, scarcity of technology and agricultural resources makes the task of generating good revenue from the farm land a tough task. On the other hand, Inheritance Laws lead to the fragmentation of agricultural land – more sons a person has, more will be the fragmentation of the farm land available. Ultimately, the productivity goes on declining as much of the land is used to create boundaries, as also extra labor & time is required for crop cultivation on individual farm lands.
Hence, we can confidently say that increasing population and subsequent land sub-division is the main cause behind decline in agricultural productivity. In densely populated areas like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Kerala, land holdings per person accounts for even less than 1 hectare and as low as 0.5 hectare in certain areas.
At AGROCORP, we understand this fact in depth, that low-scale farming is a risky maneuver, resulting in sheer wastage of time and money. Thus, we decided to raise our bar and opted for large scale faming in India, wherein the low land prices made our inroads to agricultural productivity smoother. Currently, we own massive agro-farms in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, and the optimal weather of the Southern region made our initiative of reaping good profits more successful.
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