‘Agri sector reforms is a welcome move’

Elvera Bartels

The announcement of Rs one lakh crore to the Indian agriculture sector has arrive at a time when the farmers are gasping for survival. And one of the structurally important aspects of the announcement is the emphasis on possibility mitigation, assured returns and good quality standardisation. It is correct that farmers lack an enforceable normal mechanism for predictable selling prices at the time of sowing and this paradigm altering framework will certainly be a sport-changer, said Palat Vijayaraghavan, Founder and Chief Government, Lawrencedale Agro Processing (LEAF) Pvt Ltd.

LEAF operates with 1000’s of marginal land-hold farmers have served transfer hundreds of tonnes of agri-create with energetic guidance from different Condition Governments.

The firm has, in the course of the earlier 10 years been investing in submit-harvest management infrastructure, integrated cold chain logistics, farm-gate procurement and aggregation centres, all of which has served enhance farmers earnings and livelihood, Vijayaraghavan said, introducing “ We at LEAF will be delighted to husband or wife with the govt in bettering the farm-gate infrastructure of key processing centres.

The announcement concerning strengthening of Farmer Producer Companies is a welcome transfer, he said

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