As part of our farmer end services, we collect soil samples from farmers and provide them a
subsidized soil health card mentioning 14 key parameters about the soil from their plot.
There’s A Saying, “Civilizations Rise Or Fall On The Health Of Soil.” Farming With Nature Is The Key; Farming That Builds Up Soil, Uses Water Wisely And With An Eye On The Future—We Absolutely Need More Of This
Smallholder farmers produce nearly 80 percent of consumed goods in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia every year, making them one of the most prominent factors in global food production. Moreover, About Half Of These 500 Million Smallholder Farmers Are Women.Women tend to carry the yoke in agricultural labor, yet do not have the skills or access to such skills needed to produce optimal yields.
It has been found that bees are excellent pollinators which help majority of flowers convert into fruit or vegetables. Without bees, one-third of the food we eat would not be available. Forget about honey, pollen and royal jelly. Just Think Of A World Without Beans, Tomatoes, Onions And Carrots, Not To Mention The Hundreds Of Other Vegetables, Oilseeds And Fruits That Are Dependent Upon Bees For Pollination. Bees pollinate about one-sixth of the world's
Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAVs) or better known as Drones – have been in use commercially since 1980s. Today, however, practical applications for drones are expanding faster than ever in a variety of industries, thanks to robust investments and the relaxing of some regulations governing their use. Among The Most Promising Areas Is Agriculture, Where Drones Offer The Potential For Resolving Critical Farm-Level Challenges.