There was a time when farming in India was dependent on cattle and all agricultural work was labor based. Over time, technology has not only improved the level of farming in India but has also reduced the dependence on labor, hence replacing manual work with high-performance machines. The most important boon of modern times to us is – Electricity.
From sowing to irrigation to harvesting, what not can be done with the help of power in the agricultural sector. Power operated farming systems make the task quick, as well as enabling the judicious use of natural resources. For example, sprinklers or water guns ensure that every single drop gets utilized and each sapling receives optimal moisture. Drip/Micro irrigation lets the water seep to the roots of the crop without leaving any scope for evaporation. Thus, water pumps are the greatest breakthrough in improving the irrigation crisis in India as about 1/5th of the total electricity production of the country is utilized in pumping groundwater for agriculture.
Hence, electricity has played a major role towards maintaining food security in India by increasing the rate of agricultural production.
Thus, constant power supply, especially in rural areas, becomes a necessity for successful farming. Keeping this factor in mind, the government of Andhra Pradesh gave a gift to the farmers of the sate – supply of subsidized electricity for 7 hours on a daily basis, making the state a favorable destination for faming. Hence, AGROCORP began its initiative of agri-farming in Hindupur, Andhra Pradesh in order to get a highly productive crop output for investors.
Currently, AGROCORP is growing Melia Dubia, chilli, ginger, maize, turmeric, gherkin among other major cash crops. Our labor is trained and well versed in deploying modern farming techniques (drip irrigation, gun showers, sprinklers etc.) and advanced machinery so that each square foot of the farm provides maximum yield.
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