Request a Farmers Meeting
What are the agenda for farmers meeting?
Gather feedback on the needs, issues, and potential solutions.
Learn about new technologies or process improvements.
Gather feedback on new technology or processes.
Farmer-to-farmer learning should be encouraged.
How our industry helps in farmers decision?
Irrigation and conservation decisions, which are used to ameliorate alkalinity, salinity, and other soil problems, necessitate large investments. Soil conservation often has to be done over a long period of time.
The size of buildings depends on the type of livestock industry, irrigation possibilities, level of mechanization, intensity of land use, farmer managerial ability, quality of each harvest live stock that is operated on different scales, labor usage for each organization, volume of landownership, use of by-products, soil fertility maintenance, and relative risks that should be considered to minimize production costs and enhance returns.
Seeds, fertilizers (based on a soil test), agrochemicals, mechanization, and other more productive technologies are chosen.
Decisions about adopting new technologies, using chemicals at the proper time and in favorable weather, converting to higher-value crops, specializing in specific crops or animals, transitioning to ecological agriculture, and switching from subsistence to modern agriculture.
How to encourage farmers to attend meeting?
Using graphic tabular charts and graphs and language they are familiar with.
Building farmer trust through listening to what they have to say and sharing your research knowledge gaps for various crop management strategies among farmers, social groups, genders, and ages.
Farmers are given snacks, beverages, or a dinner, as well as a cap, a shirt, and other items.
Instead of travelling to each field, a farmer can use mobile technology to control his irrigation equipment from a phone or computer.
Crop sensors aid in the efficient application of fertilizers, maximizing uptake by determining how much to apply in real time based about how your crop is responding and minimizing the risk of leakage and overflow into ground water.
Based on the amount of light reflected back to the sensor, optical sensors may determine how much fertilizer a plant need.
When a crisis hits, certain technologies use autonomous vehicles, intelligent systems, and machine vision to collect agricultural data and provide disaster warning and meteorological information.
What are questions arise in the meeting?
What is the location of your farm?
What methods of cultivation do you employ?
When was this fruit picked?
How do you handle weeds in your yard? Insects? Diseases? Do you have any recipe ideas for how to cook this?
On your farm, how many crops do you grow?
Do you source all of your raw materials from your own garden? Where do you acquire your supplemental ingredients if you don’t have them? Are they made in your area? Organically?
What are your methods for preparing, storing, and cooking your products?
What are you going to make?
What should you avoid producing? (Maximization of returns could be achieved by combining the finest of multiple businesses.)
How much should be produced?(i.e., it is determined by the amount of resources available, the soil fertility, the pricing of ingredients and products, and the choice of the most cost-effective approach.)
When should you start producing? (i.e., due to a lack of timely inputs, it is difficult to choose a season for a certain crop, such as normal, early, or late.)
• What are you going to make? (i.e., cost-effective procedures are employed to assist in producing the desired quality and quantity at the appropriate time.)
How we are dealing with the Challenges farmers are facing?
During natural natural disasters such as floods, thunderstorms, and irregular monsoons, farmers rely heavily on the basic loan facility to meet their basic needs for power, irrigation water, seeds, and fertilizers.
The new technology necessitates higher-cost inputs such as fertilizer, weed control, water management, and high-yielding variety seeds, as well as investments in power and machinery, but farmers are unable to adopt a new technology due to low loan and low marketable surplus.
In order to maintain the introduced improvements, they are having problems collecting the essential inputs of correct quality, in sufficient quantity, and on schedule.
Due to a lack of administrative skills, small farmers may not be able to implement novel practices or make use of costly inputs.
Attending the farmers’ conference will allow you to think about all of these options, as well as the challenges that farmers confront in increasing their production utilizing our low-cost, high-quality methods. We maintain close communication with our farmers and priorities their requirements. As a result, we manufacture, package, and distribute our products in such a way that they are of the greatest quality while being inexpensive to your farmers.