‘Farmer is the backbone for our Indian society’, Everyone says but we noticed that farmer is suffering from so many issues in the same society like price drop for their crops, fewer quality seeds, high priced fertilizers and pesticides, financial burdens, unexpected climate changes etc. We wanted to back the farmers and support them in all the above-mentioned issues and more with the best possible and feasible means using our knowledge and technology. We are working hard to make Crop mart to handle everything ‘From the farm gate to the dinner plate, CropMart helps to the farmers each and every link in the farm-to-table value chain’.
At Crop Mart we provide support and address various issues faced by farmers at their fingertips via various digital platforms. Some of the services that we offer are free soil testing, climate predictions, current market prices updates, forming devices and agro-inputs. We offer good suggestions on the latest technology which may use & how to use for your agricultural purpose. We allow 24/7 support for the solutions to your form.
CropMart offers the free soil testing before sowing the crop in fields. A soil test commonly refers to the analysis of a soil sample to
Our expert team will advise you in every single stage of your crop period.
Crop Doc is the trained exert team handling the problems of the formers related to their crops, available just a click away.
If the former is in need of any kind of agricultural inputs starting from Seeds, Nutrients, Fertilizers, Pesticides, Insecticides, Organic Suppliants and harvesting machinery, we connect them to the right people.
" We are extremely pleased with the quality of service which we have received from cropmart. The quality of soil testing we have received on two separate seasons have been excellent. We will definitely be going to do take advice from cropmart in the feature also. "
NEW DELHI: The government has so far procured 1.8 million tonnes of kharif season pulses and oilseeds, which is less than half of the sanctioned procurement quantity of 3.78 million tonnes, even as procurement ends this month. National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India Ltd (Nafed), the government agency that buys pulses and oilseeds from farmers, attributed low procurement to lower than expected production and firm prices of a few pulses.
GENEVA: India has roped in an agency supported by the World Trade Organization to train its farmers of black pepper, cumin, fennel and coriander on food safety and hygiene, to tackle increasing rejection of its spice exports by the US, European Union, Australia and Japan. Starting July, Geneva-based Standards and Trade Development Facility (STDF) will train farmers on better use of agri inputs such as planting materials and regulated use of pesticides in line with international norms.
Mapping and monitoring of paddy cultivation areas can help make effective strategies for the spread of new technologies, sustainable crop management and diversification options among rice growing farmers. Large scale paddy mapping at medium or high spatial resolution is rare, primarily due to limited availability of cloud-free optical imagery. The rice paddy maps, which are freely distributed by International Rice Research Institute.
The government has hiked the customs duty on wheat to 40 per cent from 30 per cent to curb imports and protect the domestic industry. The government wants to restrict overseas purchase so that domestic prices of wheat do not come under pressure as the country's wheat output is expected to scale a record high this year. The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC), through a notification, has hiked the basic customs duty (BCD) on wheat to 40 per cent.