In the world, it’s no wonder that a lot of people think of farming as a very simple task.
But the reality is quite different.
Farming is one of the fastest growing sectors in the country, which means there are many opportunities and demands to meet.
The farming industry is a huge and growing business, with a potential to provide livelihoods to millions of people, according to the Centre for Agricultural Research and Development.
Fodder, or grain, is one such area of opportunity, said Naveen Ghosh, president, Centre for Agri-Food Development, a non-profit organisation based in Bengaluru.
The crop can be used in foodstuffs, such as biscuits, cakes, bread, biscuits, biscuits made with sugar, milk, cheese, etc. It can be made into bread, pasta, rice, rice flour, breadcrumbs, biscuits etc.
Farming is a sector that is changing the lives of millions, he said.
Fodder farming has more than 1.3 billion hectares, with more than 10 million farmers and their families in the area.
In fact, the sector has grown by more than 200 per cent from 2005 to 2020.
Fod is also the second largest producer of pulses in the Indian Union, behind rice.
In fact, a major driver of the increase in fodder production has been the government’s decision to grant farmers land cropping licenses.
The farmers get to till the land and plant the seeds.
Fosf, the department of agriculture in Uttar Pradesh, is now working on establishing a specialised crop management unit for fodder production.
The government is also working on developing and promoting sustainable farming practices.
In 2014, it initiated a programme for farmers to invest in seedlings, making them viable and viable in the long run.
But there is a catch, said Ghosh.
The department of agricultural sciences and technology (DARS), Bengaluru, has developed an online training course for farmers.
They can get advice from experts in the field and learn how to manage their farm.
They also get an opportunity to interact with experts on a daily basis.
The course is a combination of two separate modules.
The first one is a short introduction to the subject.
The second module covers the different stages of crop management, from planting to harvest, fertilising and irrigation.DARS has a few other modules, including agroecology, organic and biodynamic farming.
But a big focus is on seed production, said Gautam Kulkarni, secretary, DARS.
In the last five years, the seed industry has grown from $300 million to $1 billion, he added.
The seed industry is now a very attractive sector, said Kulkorni, adding that it has a big potential to be a part of the agricultural economy in India.
In addition, the government is working on introducing a seed subsidy for all farmers.
The idea is to make the subsidy more equitable.
Kulkarnin said that in the next five years a lot more farmers are going to receive the subsidy.
The seed industry will grow, and this will lead to more jobs in the sector, he also added.
A common problem with fodder farming is the lack of infrastructure in many parts of the country.
It has to be transported in huge trucks, the trucks are long and expensive and there is little to do with the soil.
This is a problem that crops are facing in other countries, he explained.
Fod farmers are looking for solutions to these problems.
The Bengaluru-based seed company Fodder Farm, which has invested in infrastructure in the city, is looking to expand its operations in the region.
In the last few years, Fodder has been able to take advantage of the technology, including technology to transport seed.
The company has developed a platform to send seed seeds and other equipment to farmers in different locations, said Ravi Singh, co-founder, Fod.
In 2016, the company raised more than $50 million in seed funding, said Singh.
Fods is now looking to invest more in its operations and facilities.
Singh said the company has already received seed funding of more than Rs 1,000 crore.