There is no doubt about that India is a farming nation, but at same time, it is also a country which suffers agricultural problems on a large scale! Calamities like droughts destroy thousands of hectares of crops now and then, making water crisis as the top factor affecting crop production in India. This is followed by land crisis, because with increasing population there arouses a call to generate great profits from a particular piece of land. The problem is a major one in rural areas as farmers lack the know-how to use the agricultural resources optimally. Moreover in most parts of the country, there is unequal distribution of water and other natural resources, making the situation worse. Keeping these factors in mind, we can say that the farmers of the country are doing a great job in maintaining the economy of the country despite all the hindrances. “Agriculture should be declared public service in India”. – P. Sainath Palagummi Sainath, an expert journalist in rural affairs of India, also regards land and water as mega factors that lead to agricultural crisis in India. He pinpoints social inequality as the root behind this cause and puts forward the idea that rural farmers should be given equal access to land and water resources. He even stated that agriculture should be declared a “public service in India” and farmers should be given more capital as compensation for the crop they produce. We at AGROCORP, try to tackle the factors inhibiting the agricultural production in India by deploying modern farming techniques for irrigation like drip irrigation and gun showers to provide enough moisture to the crops. Moreover, add-on farming techniques like crop rotation, mixed farming and organic farming help to get a good crop output in a natural manner. Through our agri-investment initiative, we have managed to provide employment to a large part of rural population in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, and under our guidance they have become adept in utilizing land, water and various other agricultural resources optimally. Over the years, we have reaped great revenue for our investors on our agro farms where we grow Melia Dubia, tomatoes, chilli, ginger, gherkin, maize and certain other cash crops. Be a part of our endeavour and see the face of Indian agriculture changing in front of your own eyes. Call us on 70930 64464 to know more.