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  • Vishal Malhotra India, Haryana, Faridabad

    Business Title: Bottletesting
    Job Title: Ag Investor
    About: We are Delighted to Announce that 39 years of Research & Development in the field of Testing Instrumentation has been acknowledged and appreciated by the Industry and Pre$*@!en voted as the Top 10 Test & Measurement Equipment and Testing Instruments Manufacturers in Asia. Our website- https://www.testing-instruments.com/
    Interests: Farm Management, Human Resources, Projects, Tools

    Rahul Kumar India, Haryana, Faridabad

    Business Title: Jewelconcepts
    Job Title: Other Ag Professional, modular kitchen
    About: Jewel Concepts designs and manufactures Modular Kitchen, Office Furniture to the highest ergonomic standards in a state-of-the-art manufacturing unit in Faridabad, Dwarka etc., which is spread over 3000+.square feet area. Strong consumer & functionality focused approach, commitment to service & innovative spirit has been the driving factor behind the success of Jewel Concepts.
    Interests: Precision Agriculture

    Sanjeev Kumar India, Haryana, Faridabad

    Job Title: Landowner, Farm Manager or Employee
    Interests: Farm Management, Operating a Farm

    Jai Bishnoi India, Haryana, Fatehabad

    Business Title: Agriculture
    Interests: Corn, Wheat, Cover Crops

    Sudhir Kochhar India, Haryana, Gurgaon

    Interests: Cover Crops, Irrigation, Organic Row Crops, Corn, Vegetables

    Shweta Kaul India, Haryana, Gurgaon

    Interests: Corn, Cover Crops, Organic Row Crops, Marketing, Agribusiness, Tractors

  • Vishal Malhotra India, Haryana, Faridabad

    Business Title: Bottletesting
    Job Title: Ag Investor
    About: We are Delighted to Announce that 39 years of Research & Development in the field of Testing Instrumentation has been acknowledged and appreciated by the Industry and Pre$*@!en voted as the Top 10 Test & Measurement Equipment and Testing Instruments Manufacturers in Asia. Our website- https://www.testing-instruments.com/
    Interests: Farm Management, Human Resources, Projects, Tools

    Rahul Kumar India, Haryana, Faridabad

    Business Title: Jewelconcepts
    Job Title: Other Ag Professional, modular kitchen
    About: Jewel Concepts designs and manufactures Modular Kitchen, Office Furniture to the highest ergonomic standards in a state-of-the-art manufacturing unit in Faridabad, Dwarka etc., which is spread over 3000+.square feet area. Strong consumer & functionality focused approach, commitment to service & innovative spirit has been the driving factor behind the success of Jewel Concepts.
    Interests: Precision Agriculture

    Sanjeev Kumar India, Haryana, Faridabad

    Job Title: Landowner, Farm Manager or Employee
    Interests: Farm Management, Operating a Farm

    Jai Bishnoi India, Haryana, Fatehabad

    Business Title: Agriculture
    Interests: Corn, Wheat, Cover Crops

    Sudhir Kochhar India, Haryana, Gurgaon

    Interests: Cover Crops, Irrigation, Organic Row Crops, Corn, Vegetables

    Shweta Kaul India, Haryana, Gurgaon

    Interests: Corn, Cover Crops, Organic Row Crops, Marketing, Agribusiness, Tractors

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  • Posted By Ramu Thampalayagowder
    Mar 27, 2020 

    ODC-3 MORINGA -GENETICALLY SUPERIOR VARIETY OF ODCMORINGA OLEIFERA

    Mr.Chaitanya Gandhi is an IT engineer who left his lucrative job in Chennai and moved on to his native Maharastra state and started cultivating ODC -3 Moringa in over 5 0 Acres of land at karmala in Solapur District . Spaced at 3 Meter inter row spacing and 2.4 Meter plant to plant spacing he planted 1111 ODC-3 moringa plants in one acre ( 4000 sq m ) @ 2 plants sown 2 feet apart in each location along the rows .

    The reason for 3 M wide inter row spacing is to operate Tractor drawn blower for spraying organic / inorganic pesticides that overcomes the issue of labour shortage . Also white mulching sheet is laid over the rows of bed that will reduce evaporation loss of water and conserve soil moisture ,besides preventing growth of weeds .

    Since karnala is a semi dry area with long dry spell and more sun light , year round production of pods is possible and yield per acre can be harvested high at 30000 to 35000 kgs in a year .At throw away sale price Rs.10 per kg of pods still it can fetch an income of around Rs.3 Lac per acre per year .

    This ODC -3 line of moringa oleifera continues to produce yield for over 10 years with the production of pods in the first year itself and yield of pods also continues to increase over the years ,farmers of Maharastra , Gujarat ,Haryana , North western M.P, U.P , West Bengal , Rajasthan ,Srilanka , Bangladesh , Cambodia ,Mexico , Madagascar , Western Australia started cultivating ODC-3 Moringa in large scale. Each tree produces around 300-400 pods each weighing 100 grams on average.

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    India aims to Scale up Food Processing Sector by Tenfold in Next Five Years

    A quantum jump in the size and growth of food processing sector is needed which would be in sync with Prime Minister Modi’s vision of doubling farmer’s income and creating a New India by 2022, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said. For this, the aim should be to propel the sector by more than ten times in the next five years. He was addressing the Conference on Innovative Financing at the World Food India (WFI) being organized by the Ministry of Food Processing Industries with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) as National Event Partner in New Delhi.

    Illustration Photo: Worker canning sweet corn at Pratibha Foods Processing Unit in Sonipat District, Haryana, India (credits: Katrin Park / International Food Policy Research Institute / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0))

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    India aims to Scale up Food Processing Sector by Tenfold in Next Five Years

    A quantum jump in the size and growth of food processing sector is needed which would be in sync with Prime Minister Modi’s vision of doubling farmer’s income and creating a New India by 2022, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said. For this, the aim should be to propel the sector by more than ten times in the next five years. He was addressing the Conference on Innovative Financing at the World Food India (WFI) being organized by the Ministry of Food Processing Industries with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) as National Event Partner in New Delhi.

    Illustration Photo: Worker canning sweet corn at Pratibha Foods Processing Unit in Sonipat District, Haryana, India (credits: Katrin Park / International Food Policy Research Institute / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0))

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    An Analytical Study on the Export Performance of Dairy Industry in India

    Authors: Shiv Kumar, Md. Kashif Ansari

    Publisher: Zenodo

    Rights: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 ; ; Open Access ; info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess


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    With the rise of factory farming, milk is now almost an unnatural operation. The modern dairy farm can have hundreds, even thousands of cows. Today’s average dairy cow produces six to seven times as much milk as she did a century ago. Currently, the United States is the largest producer of milk in the world, followed by India and China. India being one of the largest milk producer around the world, has to import a part of Milk products and its exports are negligible in the World Export Share. This paper tries to examine the issues regarding ‘Export Performance of Dairy Industry of India’: Trends, Challenges and suggestions for improving the trade situation. The existing Literature has been reviewed accordingly comprising Trade Exports, Imports and the factors which are affecting the Milk Production in country. The Objectives of the study is to find out the reasons for the low per unit production, Imports and negligible exports. In Nutshell, it can be said that there are many unexplored areas in which researchers can explore the findings which can be helpful in achieving trade balance of the Indian Economy.

    Illustration Photo: Surta Dairy in Karnal, Haryana, India. The owner, Balinder Kumar, started the shop after getting training at Karnal's National Dairy Research Institute and buying a $1,000 multi-purpose dairy product machine. Kumar had been a dairy farmer before starting his shop, but selling milk was not making him much of a profit. Now his wife and veterinarian brother take care of the 10 buffaloes and 15 dairy cows on his dairy farm while he runs the dairy shop in Karnal, where he produces all the dairy products he sells in his shop. (credits: ILRI/Jules Mateo and Susan MacMillan / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0))

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