SafalFasal unlocks financial access for 75,000 Indian farmers, aims to repair Coronavirus-hit supply chain
Global digital payment solutions leader BPC and its SME Marketplace, SafalFasal, have supported more than 75,000Covid-hit farmers across India by offering technological and financial solutions to help the farm sector keep food and supply chain rolling, during and after the lockdown phase. The company has successfully extended formal financing to the farming industry by creating an easy credit line via NBFCs.
SECURING FARMERS WITH TECHNOLOGY: HOW AGRITECH CAN BE A SOLUTION TO FARMERS' PRODUCE-RELATED WOES
Contributing about 15 percent to India’s GDP, the agricultural sector sustains almost half the population of the country.
ISSUES AND PRIORITIES FOR INDIAN AGRICULTURE
Agriculture is the backbone of the Indian economy as 60 percent of the population depends directly or indirectly on agriculture.
THE IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS ON THE AGRICULTURE SECTOR OF INDIA
As the world comes to a standstill and public life shuts down across the globe, all have their eyes on the healthcare systems which are buckled under the strain of the COVID-19 pandemic.
INDUSTRY 4.0 IN AGRICULTURE
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AN OVERVIEW OF THE OUTCOMES OF THE G-20 AGRICULTURE MINISTERS' MEETING
The international system works in a collective mechanism on certain issues wherein countries form groups to tackle an emergency or crisis.
Climate Change And Its Impact On Indian Agriculture
Climate change is caused by a change in the total amount of energy that is kept within the Earth’s atmosphere.
Internet Of Things Based Smart Farming: A Revolution On Its Way
In this technological era of smart cities and digitalisation of livelihoods, the primitive method of farming is slowly fading away.
Covid-19 Impact On The Livelihood Of Small And Marginal Farmers
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Covid-19 Implications For Farmers, African Agriculture And Food Security
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“Zero Budget Farming”
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Cassava Starch: Agro Based Functional Foods Sector Holds Ample Opportunities
Cassava starch is obtained from the cassava root, which contains a high amount of nutrients such as carbohydrates, fibers, vitamins, and others.
Sustainably Powering Rural India's Agricultural Sector
Growing up in the 1990s in Kolkata, one thing that was common in the summer was “load-shedding”.
ON ROAD TO NEW INDIA
Agriculture Needs a Paradigm Shift Empowering Marginal Farmers Living in Agriculturally Challenged Areas
Sustainable Farming Through Commercial Aquaponics In India
For a country that is predominantly agrarian – and employing directly and indirectly – over 60 percent of its active working population, the lack of a comprehensive vision and innovation in the agriculture sector is unfortunate.
Rethinking Traditional Indian Farming Approaches
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Patents: Innovation Boosters For Start-ups
India proudly stands as the third largest start-up ecosystem in the world with its vibrant ever-growing entrepreneurial landscape.
Paradigm Shift In Focus Is The Need Of The Hour For Indian Agri-warehousing
Indian Agriculture dwindling with monsoon continues to keep the overall development of the sector in the doldrums.
Agri Technology Is Changing The Agriculture In India
Agriculture has been a vital part of Indian economy for ages and continues to contribute towards the livelihood of the major Indian population.
Tackling Water Scarcity: Drip Irrigation To The Rescue
Water is depleting at a rapid rate across the globe
Agri Financing The Next Era Of Evolution For Agriculture
Timely and adequate availability of finance is a prerequisite for the growth of any sector and agriculture is no exception.
Women Farmers: Challenges And Opportunities
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Unique Ways To Bring Forth New Life On The Plate By Using Live-Microgreens
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New Age Technology Boosting Agriculture Industry
Between 1970 and 2010 the world’s population doubled, while the amount of farmland remained the same.
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Agri-Warehousing: Innovations And Technologies For The Future
In the past few decades, India has made big strides from being the importer of food grains to one of its leading exporters.