The agricultural landscape in India is fast changing. Internet of Things (IoT) has been growing exponentially in India and not only does IoT have a big impact in the Healthcare, Automotive, Technology, Retail and Travel industries but also in the
According to the Census of India, our population is expected to increase from 1029 million to 1400 million during the period 2001-2026 with a rate of 1.2 percent annually. India’s food grain production has doubled from 102 million tonnes in
The Economy of India is the seventh-largest in the world by GDP and it is the third-largest by purchasing power parity. The agricultural sector is the largest employer in India’s economy and India ranks second worldwide in farm output. Agriculture
Agriculture contributes to 17% of India’s GDP while the global average is only 4%. The agricultural sector also employs 47.2% of the population, compared to the global average of 30.7%. Climate change has destroyed agricultureand ruined farmers in Marathwada, India.
We all know that soil is the most important factor in agriculture. Healthy soil is the foundation of our food system as it produces healthy crops that in turn nourish people. There are two important aspects as far as soil
70 percent of the world’s freshwater withdrawals go towards irrigation uses. Close to 90 percent of freshwater is used for irrigation in India. It is recorded that only 5 percent of water gets used for domestic purpose in India. Despite
Field Crop diseases leads to at least 10-30% of losses on the global food production. Agrios (2004) estimated that annual losses by crop disease cost a whopping US$ 220 billion. Field Crop diseases are a threat to food security. Crop disease can