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    Farmers adopt new technology for farming in Suryapet

  • Date : 26 October, 2020

    Farmers have been adopting new technology to ease farming activities and to overcome the agricultural labour problem. The farmers have been using crop cutting and sowing machines so far.

    On Saturday, a farmer named Kodaru Yellaiah sprayed pesticide with the help of a drone in his agriculture fields. Rs 400 per acre was charged to spray pesticide through drone and drone took only 10 minutes to spray the pesticide in one acre area. The farmers from Chilukur and nearby areas visited the Yellaiah fields to witness the adopted drone technology. Battery and Signal system were used to spray pesticide through drone.

 















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EDITOR'S NOTE

19 Dec 2021

One Size Fits All Will Not Work, Indian Agriculture Needs Decentralised Farm Reforms

There is consensus that Indian agriculture is in desperate need of reforms. These reforms are necessary for farm incomes to rise. If farmers in Malwa (Madhya Pradesh) or Doaba (Punjab) region have a speci