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स्रोत: DownToEarth

स्रोत: agrifarming.in

स्रोत: vantikatech.com

  • by Vantika Tech

    As the summer season approaches, the Indian government has approved the export of onions to Bangladesh, signaling a shift in the country's trade policies. Through the National Cooperative Exports Limited (NCEL), India has authorized the export of 50,000 metric tons […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    As we gear up for summer in India, the forecast brings with it a sobering prediction of higher temperatures and prolonged heatwaves, exacerbated by the looming influence of El Niño conditions throughout the year. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    In recent years, India has witnessed a steady increase in the population of livestock, yet the availability of fodder has become a pressing issue. With inadequate rainfall and early onset of summer in many states, the scarcity of animal feed […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    It's been quite a rough patch for farmers in Maharashtra's Akola district. Unpredictable weather, including unexpected rain and hailstorms, has left a trail of destruction across their fields. Imagine, onions, wheat, mangoes, sorghum, chickpeas, oranges, and lemons—all taking a hit. […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    In the realm of sustainable agriculture, vermicomposting stands out as a revolutionary practice, blending environmental consciousness with crop nourishment. At the forefront of this green movement is Vantika Tech, guiding farmers toward a more sustainable and organic approach to farming. […]
  • by Vantika Tech

    Tulsi, also known as Holy Basil, holds a sacred place in Indian culture, revered for its medicinal properties, aromatic fragrance, and spiritual significance. In recent years, Tulsi farming has gained popularity among farmers due to its high demand in various […]

स्रोत: devinder-sharma.blogspot.com

  • by Devinder Sharma

    Indian farmers protest. Pic courtesy: New York Times Sometimes back delivering a talk at a national conference of economists I had said that it is not farmers who have failed but it is agricultural economists who have failed farmers.  I thought this […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

    Pic courtesy: NewsClick At a time when a vicious misinformation campaign is at its peak, I don’t know from where to begin. Not only in the mainline media, the social media too is full of abuses, slander and loads of insults […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

    Farmers protest in Brussels. Pic courtesy: ReutersAs farmers from Punjab, Haryana, western Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan are getting ready for a renewed farmers protest around New Delhi beginning Feb 13, an unprecedented surge in farm protests is being witnessed in Europe. […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

    The concept of Farmversity is beginning to pick up in India. When I was doing my graduation in agriculture, and that was some 50 years ago, one of the popular slogans was “from lab to land”. Knowing the significance and importance […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

    Pic courtesy: BBC Good FoodWhenever I have raised the question of a guaranteed price for farm produce, a section of the troll has always impounded me saying why the consumer should pay for a poor quality farm products. Besides the underlying […]
  • by Devinder Sharma

    German farmers block streets in Berlin. Pic courtesy: Hindustan Times During their protest against the government’s plan to scrap tax breaks on diesel for farm vehicle, German farmers used tall and powerful cranes to lift a heavy tractor. This was meant to […]