Success Story PadCorp's Mini Mobile Rice Mill

Success Story PadCorp’s Mini Mobile Rice Mill

The Mini Mobile Rice Mill serves as a catalyst to rural women’s self-employment, economic upliftment, and better livelihoods. We offer financial support to procure ‘Angel Mobile Rice Mill’ from small farmers, women’s self-help groups (Bachat Gats), and handicaps living in villages. In the Southern, Eastern, and North Eastern Regions of India, rice is the most important meal. It is one…

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How the FPOs have been successful in making agriculture profitable for thousands of farmers

How the FPOs have been successful in making agriculture profitable for thousands of farmers

Farmers Producers Organizations (FPOs) are known as legalized form institutions owned by farmers, consisting of farmer members who share common interests and concerns. It is primarily an entity formed by prominent producers, like the farmers, milk producers, the fishermen, rural artisans, weavers, craftsmen, etc. These organisations can be established in the form of a Producer Company or a Cooperative Society…

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PADCORP is providing ‘Made in India’ equipments to the farmers across India

PADCORP is providing ‘Made in India’ equipments to the farmers across India

As several major players in the industry are expanding their business by adopting different tactics such as mergers & acquisitions, expansions, collaborations and product launches. Indian agricultural sector is expected to expand even more in the years to come. The technical revolution still does not impact agriculture or agriculture, but it is ready for reform and gives farmers opportunities to…

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How to make the agriculture sector more sustainable and prosperous by making effective use of the available resources

How to make the agriculture sector more sustainable and prosperous by making effective use of the available resources?

Our ecological system is depleting quickly and predicting the conducive alarming scenario especially addressing the survival of our future generations making the agricultural sector more sustainable is crucial. Rampant wastage of our natural resources and using pesticides irresponsibly are some handpicked critical reasons for this decline. Also, economic parity is being skewed leading to increased unprofitability of the agricultural sector.…

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PadCorp - Marking a big change to the agri-equipment industry & boosting the economy of India

PadCorp – Marking a big change to the agri-equipment industry & boosting the economy of India

India is an agricultural economy, with over 50 percent of the population relying for their livelihood on agriculture. Agriculture and its partners accounted for approximately 16% of India’s gross domestic product as of 2019 (GDP). This sector’s output determines prices and demand from the market for basic commodities. The production and output of the agricultural sector were influenced positively by…

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5 Benefits of Mini Mobile Rice Mill for Rural Women Farmers

5 Benefits of Mini Mobile Rice Mill for Rural Women Farmers

A small-scale rice mill that needs little space to be operational and can also be easily transported from village to village when necessary and operated on basic electricity has been successfully innovated by Padgilwar Company. During natural calamities such as heavy rain, heat or flooding, the advent of this agricultural device brought the citizens of rural India different benefits. The…

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Integrated Wasteland Development Programme needs to focus on promoting perennial and horticulture crops and pastures on large scale

Integrated Wasteland Development Programme needs to focus on promoting perennial and horticulture crops and pastures on large scale

Land, the center of all primary production systems and a non-renewable energy source has suffered from different degradations over the years. The country’s landmass gets degraded due to biotic and abiotic pressures. With the population growth cascading across the country, demands are set to rise. This situation is acute in India which has only 2.4% of the total geographical area…

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The threat of water scarcity has been growing because 70% of the country's fresh water is used in agriculture

The threat of water scarcity has been growing because 70% of the country’s fresh water is used in agriculture

The world’s worst National Water Crisis is occurring in India. It is a fact that more than 50% of India’s population is suffering from water scarcity and has no access to drinking safe water. Losing land and water scarcity has been a predominant factor impacting food insecurity as almost 70% of water consumed in the country is used for agricultural…

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Special programmes need to be drawn up to provide credit, insurance cover and marketing facilities in a single window system

Special programmes need to be drawn up to provide credit, insurance cover and marketing facilities in a single window system

Post – independence, India has grown itself from being dependent on imports for feeding its 35 crore population to getting independent with its agricultural needs to feed its 125 crore population. India is now exporting major food-grains such as rice and wheat, dairy products and many more. The political will power, hard works of scientists and farmers played crucial role…

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