Reinventing Agriculture


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Farmers First

One stop solution for farmers
Search for Jobs easily. Apply to Crop loans and insurance easily. Give vocational training and jobs to women. Provide subsidized education to children. Track financial support from government securely. Provide health and life insurance to family.

AGrow Smart

Become tech savvy while farming
Know the best sustainable practices for agriculture. Monitors the fields for nutrients, pH, irrigation, diseases. Know when to give medicines, nutrients, water, by how much.

Agro Mart

From soil to foil
Buy seeds, medicines and fertilizers at best prices. Rent farm machinery & tech for a season at affordable prices. Know the retail market rates of produce. Sell the produce at just prices. Track the produce live, know the location of customers.

Agro Net

Collaborative and interactive ecosystem for farmers
Connect with neighbouring farmers. Contact agro scientists and engineers for support 24x7. Compare yield of other regions. Get retail market updates 24x7. Stay up to date with government schemes and subsidies.


Friend, advisor and guide 24x7 of the farmers.
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Agro Scientists

Advisors and guides of the farmers
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Agro Farms

Financial support, crop Inputs, machinery rentals for the farmers
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Financial support, crop Inputs, machinery rentals for the farmers
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Agro Finance

Financial support, crop Inputs, machinery rentals for the farmers
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Retail Chains & Consumers

Doorstep delivery of the produce by the farmers
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Low Productivity and Profitability

During the Green Revolution, India’s food production rose drastically, from 65 million tonnes (MT) to 110 MT, largely due to heavy use of fertilisers/nutrients, in addition to the use of high-yielding variety seeds and expansion in irrigation areas. Fertilisers would again play a key role in enhancing productivity, provided we stop unscientific use of fertilisers being adopted. To explain the point, it is observed that farmers are now using more urea as compared to phosphorus and potash carrying fertilisers. This is due to the recent government policies that have led to distortions in prices and hence in the use of nutrients. Indian soils are also deficient in micro-nutrients organic carbon. We need to implement the government’s policy of integrated nutrient management to increase productivity.

Inefficient Supply chain

In a land where roughly 70% of the population resides in rural areas and half of the nation’s population farms for a living, the importance of India’s agricultural sector cannot be overstated. Despite these massive numbers, the country’s agricultural output has been unable to keep pace with growing demands and global competition. According to the World Bank, “India’s rice yields are one-third of China’s and about half of those in Vietnam and Indonesia. With the exception of sugarcane, potato and tea, the same is true for most other agricultural commodities.”In India, the infrastructure connecting these partners is very weak. Each stakeholder: farmers, wholesalers, food manufacturers, retailers all work in silos. Also, demand forecasting is totally absent and the farmers try to push what they produce in to the market. Data integration, financial flow management, supply-demand matching, collaborative forecasting, information sharing, goods movement synchronization through efficient transport scheduling, are very well practiced in high technology industries with immense benefits.

Sustainability Challenge

By 2050, the world will have nine billion mouths to feed. Facing drought, floods and changing rainfall patterns, dishing up enough servings to meet growing demand will become increasingly challenging. A report from the UN's intergovernmental panel on climate change (IPCC), released in March found climate change is already cutting into the global food supply and could lead to dramatic drops in global wheat and maize production. Fish too will take a hit, with catches in some areas of the tropics estimated to fall between 40% and 60%.

Farmers' Plight

Historically India is a agrarian society. When the Colonial powers controlled the country they exploited our Farmers for their economical benefits. Such as cultivating raw materials for their industrial use one such example is indigo production.India has a lot of landless Farmers or Farmers who has less amount of land holding. For the less amount of land he can't invest in tractors or any there technology so he still follows subsistence form of agriculture.Proper irrigation facilities: our country is a monsoonal country, that is majority of our water needs depend on the monsoon. In North and north east states the perinnial​ rivers are there for water requirements but the south states are mainly depend of monsoon. Now a days monsoon failure seems to be usual one so lots of Farmers lose their income.

Government needs Support

Government has introduced lot of schemes for Farmers but many of the Farmers don't know the idea of existence of those schemes which led them in to misery. Such as instead of getting a loan from a bank they get loan from local loan sharks and ends up couldn't pay them and kills themselves.


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