Patanjali comes forward to resolve farmer’s issues
   Date :22-Dec-2021

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Business Bureau :
In an attempt to solve the problems of Indian farmers and agriculture, Patanjali Research Institute (PRI) has come out with a comprehensive plan. It has been presented in the form of a book titled ‘Nav Harit Kranti-An Agro Vision’. In a round table meeting held on Sunday, Acharya Balkrishna spoke on the future plans of the institute for solving the basic problems related to agriculture, simplifying agriculture and increasing the income of farmers. Speaking on the occasion, Ramdev said that the Patanjali has future plans to uplift farmers’ status. “Beginning from organic farming training to organic fertilisers, high quality seeds and minimum priced fertilisers will be made accessible to the farmers. Now even in the technical field, Patanjali has developed technological interventions in the form of apps to help the farmers, for geo-mapping of land, geo-fencing and weather forecast so that basic essential information will be made easily assessable to all farmers,” he said.
Balkrishna said that Patanjali has worked to diminish the gap between farmers and Government. “If ‘Nav Harit-Kranti An Agro-Vision’ is implemented, it will definitely benefit the farmers. Through this agro-vision, the aim of Prime Minister of soil testing, agriculture digitalization and PM-Kisan Scheme will be implemented for benefit the farmers,” he added. Secretary and Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) Director General Trilochan Mohapatra said that Patanjali has strong infrastructure, a strong team of agricultural scientists and the passion to do something for the farmers. Its future plans in the field of agriculture are commendable.