Agriculture has the potential to mitigate 85.5 Megatonne CO2 eq/yr without compromising food production and nutrition.
We are being part of this by implementing sustainable agriculture practices to curb greenhouse gas emissions and improve agriculture resilience and increase yield during climate change
Our step towards Sustainable Agriculture
Integrated Pest Management
Involves physical, cultural, biological, and chemical measures to offer a cost-effective, environmentally-sound, and socially desirable approach to controlling disease, insects and weeds
Monitoring the field through a technology-enabled decision support system for better production and environmental quality. This helps in reducing the consumption of agri inputs by the farmer.
Improved water management practices like AWD in paddy, drip and sprinkler irrigation reduce water usage and ultimately saves the degradation of natural resources.
Integrated Nutrient Management
Combined application of chemical fertilizers along with organic resource materials like organic manures, green manures, bio-fertilizers and biostimulants
Soil Carbon Sequestration
The process of capturing and storing carbon from the atmosphere into the soil. Improved agricultural practices can make a significant impact on removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Reduce tillage practices in the field
Adopt usage of manure, compost and biofertilizers
Adopt crop rotations and intercropping patterns
Reduce flood irrigation and chemical use
Together we can save our earth
If you believe in creating an impact in protecting nature through sustainable agriculture practices, here we are. Connect with us to know possible synergies to work together for a better world