Indian government is hosting a BRICS agriculture meeting on September 22 and 23 at New Delhi. The BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) Action Plan for 2012-2016 would be discussed with 5 key areas of cooperation. One of the key areas is agricultural science, which includes ensuring that the challenge of hunger for food is met in the population from the lower strata of society. The policy framework would be studied thoroughly, where great emphasis would be laid on agriculture technology cooperation and innovation, trade and investment promotion.
There is a need to train the farmers regarding the usage of technology, modern machinery and irrigation methods to reap best productivity from farms. The two day BRICS conference would have a valid mention of these points. When it comes to technology, then scientific information sharing, technology transfer, training and capacity building are indicators that need to be brought in purview. If these are brought into the framework of modern farming in India, it can surely mean that the farmers could stay up to mark with the global farming methods used, high standards of farming, and also get a better understanding of climatic conditions affecting crop produce.
The conference is going to bring out much awaited policies that would give a boost to farming amongst these nations. Needless to emphasize, the BRICS nations have been the major producers, consumers and exporters of agricultural crops in the world!
At the first place the concept of data science in farming is acknowledged, while moving towards the prosperity of agriculture. The Agrocorp team welcomes the idea of making technology more vibrant and accessible for agriculture in India.
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