Power of Negotiation
Information on commodity price, market wise helps farmer to decide the best place to sell his produce or negotiate for the best price with the buyer at his farmGate.

Visibility for his Produce
Farmers produce is made visible in bhoomee portal to the buyers community from the day of his sowing till harvesting. This gives scope for attracting more buyers which results in getting choice and price for his produce.

Reduction in Input Cost
Our on demand scientific & technology based pest and disease solution provides accurate recommendation which makes farmer apply less and unharmful chemicals to protect his crop.
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Agriculture ministry seeks tech solutions for 12 agrarian issues
Aiming to double farmers income by 2022, the Union Agriculture Ministry today launched a grand challenge for technology startups to find solutions for 12 problems, including burning of crop residue, in farm sector.

How e-trading in fruits, vegetables can help farmers beat canny middlemen
Around 3.30 am every day when Bengaluru is still fast asleep, the Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMC) yard in Yeshwanthpur is abuzz. The largest agriculture produce yard in the state, it is spread over 86 acres in the northwestern part of the city. The over 200 vegetable mandis at the yard are already a beehive of activity. Much of the fruits and vegetables consumed by Bengaluru — through retail shops, pushcarts or restaurants — pass through this wholesale market.

Hope vegetable prices would fall soon, says DEA Secretary
Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg today expressed hope that vegetable prices will cool soon, even as both consumer and wholesale inflation hardened in November. Inflation based on Wholesale Price Index(WPI) surged to an eight-month high of 3.93 per cent in November mainly due costlier onions and other seasonal vegetables

WTO: Positive outcome for India as it retains interest of farmers, poor
The outcome of the eleventh ministerial conference (MC11) of the World Trade Organization (WTO) was a positive one for India as the country was able to secure the interests of its farmers as well food security for the poor, an official said on Wednesday after the talks concluded with no substantial legally binding declaration

India manages to shield farmers interests, ensure food security at WTO
India managed to protect its farmers interests and ensure food security for its poor even as the ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO) is unlikely to yield much progress. A series of work programmes on issues such as agriculture, domestic support, fisheries subsidies, e-commerce and services are expected, increasing the chances of some progress in next ministerial meet in 2019.

Goal of doubling farmers income impressive: IFAD
India has kept an impressive target of doubling farmers income by 2022 and the country will not be far in achieving that goal, Rome-based International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) President Gilbert Houngbo said. Houngbo -- former prime minister of West African nation Togo -- also said that IFAD is keen to partner with India for scaling up agri-programmes like electronic National Agriculture Market (e-NAM

How private sector is helping cultivators with technology, buyback and improving their social standards
At first glance, farming seems a state-dependent enterprise across India’s hinterland. The state sets floor prices for farm output, and its agencies control the procurement centres and subsidies. But the role of top private labels becomes apparent just beneath the surface, with the Adani Group, ITCBSE 0.32 %, Hindustan UnileverBSE 0.11 %, or the Godrej Group helping cultivators through the crop cycle – from improving soil health and providing the best seeds to buying the output