How Agriculture Sector is Booming in India

The agricultural sector in India is growing rapidly. India has been practicing agriculture since the Indus Valley. After 1960, the era of the Green Revolution started in India. The economic importance of agriculture in India, the social import is also big. The raw material is also provided. For example, let us tell you, tea industry, cigarette industry, yarn industry, the tobacco industry, etc.

India is still called an agricultural country because even today in India 70% of employment is generated in agriculture. Today 3 tonnes per hectare in India has become possible only due to the change in technology. Investment in agriculture is the best weapon against hunger and poverty and they have made life better for billions of people.

Agriculture Technology:

Agriculture Sensors.

Optical sensors.

Electrochemical sensors.

GPS Sensor.

All these sensors work to know the properties or PH level of the soil. With this, the farmer gets the solution to the problem of farming very quickly. Everything is being automated with the help of technology, now the work of the farmer has become smart.

Agriculture Weather Station:

From this station, the logic of air will be taken, for this the farmers will get the logic of the weather or it will be beneficial for taking the crop.

It will also have a drone camera, with this camera one can know every information about the crop, the height, width, quantity of crops, or can use satellite in it, all this will be possible through the Internet. Through this, we can connect with the whole world. Internet of Things means fully automatic.

Through the smartphone, you get complete information about the weather, when or what kind of crop you are going to plant or you will also get the information of rain or when the crop is to be harvested, you will get all kinds of agriculture-related information.

With artificial intelligence, you can get information about whether to take curd crops or not. Through this, the government will get the right information, or whatever loss has been done to the farmer, the government will get the right person from the scheme. I have a very good relationship.

Benefit Modern Technology:

With the help of Tractor technology, the productivity of the farmer increases, the work of the farmer is reduced, the farmer has become smart because of technology. The news is a matter of pride for the country. The farmer will get all the information on the smartphone when to harvest the crop, or if he is in the middle of the market with a smartphone, the farmer will see the way of profit. can take advantage of. With modern technology, the farmer can do the rest by giving himself some time. Can capture me easily.

Indian Economy and Agriculture

This topic is important in understanding the place of agriculture in our economy. It is necessary to study what the green revolution is, how it was carried out, what was planned in it and what were the reasons behind the success of the green revolution, and what efforts were made. Similarly, what was the method of cultivation in the post-independence period, land reforms, their requirements, and methods are also covered. Apart from this, information on measures to be taken to increase agricultural production, as well as food security legislation can be found in this subject. Those who want to pursue a career in agriculture need to understand the new trends in this business.

This includes co-operative farming, mechanization of agriculture as well as measures used globally. It provides an opportunity to study the availability of labor in agribusiness, labor laws, the forced labor system and measures taken to stop it, and the problem of unorganized labor. That is to say, from the subject of Indian economy and agriculture, the interrelationships between agriculture, agribusiness and Indian economy as well as the current situation in agribusiness, the problems facing them and the solutions to them, global developments are studied in this subject.

Marketing of Agricultural Commodities.

Just as it is necessary to set up agro-based industries to uplift the living standards of the people in rural areas, it is also necessary to market the products of these industries. Marketing is not just about selling goods in the market, it involves all the work from production to marketing. That is, marketing involves storing, transporting, and distributing agricultural commodities to the market. This suggests that there is still a lack of proper marketing arrangements for agricultural products. Also, there is no trained staff available in this area. The study of this subject is useful in this regard. To do marketing in a scientific way, the various processes available, e.g. It provides guidance on how to store and how to price items. It also covers how to make a price forecast.

Agriculture is a Business:

“Agriculture is a natural process. It should not be chemical. Don't go for less than your full Capacity. Respect and trust them, ”said Bhaskarrao Save, a senior agronomist and well-known Gandhi in natural agriculture.

He was speaking at a seminar jointly organized by the Observer Research Foundation Mumbai's Golden Jubilee Maharashtra Studies Center and the weekly Vivek. The seminar was organized to provide an alternative to organic sustainable agricultural development to the agricultural issues in Maharashtra.

"Purnama Purnamidam Purnat Purnam" is the formula of nature. Soil, water, air, plants, animals, birds and creatures are the six periods of creation. He said that we should cultivate by making effective use of sunlight and perimeter. Bhaskarrao Save has been selected for the One World Lifetime Achievement Award 2010 by the International Federation of Organic Farming and Agricultural Movements. He was felicitated on the occasion.

Responding to the reception, he further said, "The principle of non-violence suggested by Gandhiji is useful for agriculture. Agriculture is Devotional, it's Not a Business. While praising the work of Bhaskarrao, the President of ORF Mumbai, Shri. Sudhindra Kulkarni hoped that the Central and State Governments would take note of such experiments in their agricultural policy.

Speaking on the occasion, the managing editor of the weekly Vivek, Shri. Explaining what sustainable organic farming is, Dilip Karambelkar hoped that the seminar would discuss the evolutionary methods of organic farming and develop scientific criteria for looking at these methods.

Key Questions & Answers.

Que: What was the Indian agriculture market size in 2022?

Ans: In 2022, the Indian agriculture market attained a value of nearly INR 65,994 billion.

Que: What is the growth rate of the market?

Ans:  In the forecast period of 2022-2027, the market is projected to grow at a CAGR of about 12%.

Que: What are the leading types of agriculture in the industry?

Ans: The most significant types of agriculture in the Indian market are farming, agriculture equipment, fertilizers, pesticides, warehousing, cold chains, food processing, dairy, floriculture,  apiculture, sericulture, seeds, fisheries, poultry, animal husbandry, animal feed, and bio-agriculture.

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