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Is your agricultural land flourishing today? Or is it lying barren, wasted, and providing zero returns?
If it is the latter, then you are not alone..
60% of India’s land is agricultural land. That is approximately 494 million hectares! However, an agricultural landowner is not always a professional farmer. This leads to vast tracts of fertile land lying barren and unused. This is indeed a wasted potential and a wasted investment.
SmartAgro’s projects have had a single-minded focus on organic farming. However, most clients wonder why this is so.
To understand, one must know that traditionally farmers in India have always used chemical fertilizers and pesticides to keep harmful organisms away from crops. Also, known as agro-chemicals, these solutions while effective in killing pests and insects; are unfortunately absorbed by the very crops and food we eat.
Further, they get absorbed by the soil and over a period of time it enters the water table - the very source of water we consume. World Health Organization (WHO) has determined the safe levels of pesticide use. While all developed countries have checks and balances in place to regulate this, in a country like India, where enforcement is an issue, one can never know the chronic impact it has on the health of our near and dear ones.
The news world is replete with stories of pesticide residue being found in tea leaves; videos are being circulated showing the use of artificial colours and ripening agents and yet we don’t know how to address this.
The answer is involving ourselves into organic farming and consuming only organic crops.
At SmartAgro, our team of scientists and agriculturists understand how to grow organic crops profitably. We use natural pesticides and fertilizers which ensure crop safety as well as the safety of your family and the public at large. Growing organic can be profitable as well as fulfilling at the same time.
Organic crops are more nutritious than regular crops with lesser content of nitrates, higher phenols and vitamins.
Organic crops are devoid of any residual fertilizer or chemical content.
Organics crops do not negatively impact the water, soil and harmless local wildlife.
Organic farms produce lesser wastage and consume lesser energy
Return on organic farming is higher due to higher market price that can be demanded for the produce.