FLEXNET™- The industry's only leak-proof flexible pipe

Chandrakant Ramani
By Chandrakant Ramani on 09-07-2021

Innovation & collaboration drive change in India’s farming communities

Ramdas Battalwar
By Ramdas Battalwar on 19-02-2021

Budget 2021: Focussed implementation key to maximise impact of agriculture allocation

Randhir Chauhan
By Randhir Chauhan on 08-02-2021

The Union Budget 2021-22 as mentioned by the Finance Minister seems to be an extension of previous year’s mini and major budgets. While keeping the allocation relatively consistent, focussed more on infrastructural reforms. It goes in line with the proposal resting on 6 pillars of health and well-being, physical, financial capital and infrastructure, inclusive development for aspirational India, reinvigorating human capital, innovation and R&D and minimum government and maximum governance.

Why should Indian Coffee Producers go for Drip Irrigation?

Posted on 06-10-2020

The Success Story of Mr. Parthasarathy, the Award-Winning Rice Farmer from Tamil Nadu!

Posted on 29-09-2020

Will Rice Save the World?

Naty Barak
By Naty Barak on 19-03-2020

Rice is, by far, the most important food crop in the developing world, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region. Not fruits or vegetables, or wheat, or meat. Rice. Rich in nutrients, vitamins, and minerals, and dense in dietary fiber, rice is inexpensive to buy, easy to prepare and filling. As such, it is an important contributor to food security in some of the poorest, hungriest countries.

The Future of Farming: Smart Community Irrigation Solutions

Vikas Sonawane
By Vikas Sonawane on 19-03-2020

The world has been living in the ignorant belief for centuries that “We’ll always have enough water for ourselves” Water is essential for life.  However, the unthinkable has unfortunately happened, and right now 43 countries, which comprise about 700 million people across the globe, are facing worrying levels of water crisis. The United Nations further estimates that as early as 2025, two-thirds of the population of the world will be suffering in water-stressed regions.

I had almost given up on Farming, but Netafim’s Digital Farming Solution changed my life! – Krishna Patil, Netafim’s Happy Farmer from Maharashtra

Tushar Karande
By Tushar Karande on 18-11-2019

The Agricultural Revolution- Beyond Precision

Prateek Sah
By Prateek Sah on 15-10-2019

By 2030, around 600 million people in India will face minimal food availability with the current rate of agricultural productivity growth. To counter this problem, it needs an exponentially developing technology like Artificial Intelligence to bridge the gap and deliver sustainable results. Artificial intelligence (AI) is a technology of low-cost prediction and discovery. It exploits the new resource of the digital age to identify patterns and make predictions. In countries like India that lack required human capital in fields like agricultural science and lower coverage of adequate information, AI presents a vast opportunity for companies to leverage the solutions and deliver better results for the farmers.

How Innovation in Agritech is Empowering Women in the Developing World

Naty Barak
By Naty Barak on 14-05-2019

In developing countries, women bear the brunt of every load. Literally. They birth and raise their children, are responsible for the home, its cleanliness and provisions, and head out to the fields to earn their families’ daily wages. Yet, although women make up nearly halfof the agricultural labor force in these countries, they tend to have lower rates of land ownership than men, as well as less access to lines of credit, markets and technology, leading them to generate 20% to 30% lower yields than their male counterparts.

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