We always want to bring people the best and healthy products
We are developing the next generation of farmers and agripreneurs. We are working toward establishing a digital transformation in Indian agriculture in order to bring about a paradigm shift in this extremely traditional industry. Since day one, our goal has been to make agriculture better for farmers.
Our objective is, and always has been, to make farming inputs more affordable and accessible – especially for farmers living in the remote regions of India. We began with a dream to improve the quality of life of rural farmers, and a hope to make a sustainable and revolutionary change in the country’s agriculture industry.
Doris Dalmer – CEO
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Now is the time for collaboration for business to partner with government and society to reimagine, rebuild and transform our global economy into one that benefits all stakeholders.
We plan to democratize access to modern agricultural inputs such as equipment, fertilizer, pesticides, and seeds
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We are innovative, tech-focused dreamers with a desire to be pioneers in this space. We want to drive innovation, make an impact, and become an inspiration for everyone around us.
Agruco brings both high-quality space and networking opportunities to the South-West region in building partnerships.
Since then the on-going support from academic staff and the various events they run has been helpful in product development.
Agruco team was the ideal partner to connect us to experts, academics, data as well as the physical work space.
Members are given support and benefit hugely from collaboratively working with other members for mutual benefit.
To strengthen our vision to make farmers’ lives better we have derived various agritech solutions that cover different aspects of their everyday life.
Micronutrient deficiency, also known as hidden hunger, is a result of consuming on a day-to-day basis a diet composed mostly of starchy staples.
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