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13th Agrovision to hold ‘Interactive workshops’ for farmers

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 Interactive workshops to be conducted on Bamboo Production and Utilisation, Banana and Orange-Export quality production, Sericulture, Goat Farming, Poultry, Bee keeping and Fisheries, etc.

The 13th iteration of Agrovision, Central India’s largest and premier agricultural event will be held in Nagpur from November 25 to 28. This time around, Agrovision will focus on the Future Farming – feed, food, and fuel-integrated technology via research, among others. An integral aspect of Agrovision is the ‘Interactive workshops’ for farmers conducted through the 4-day event. These workshops are free of cost and are conducted by experts from research organisations like Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), Indian Agricultural Research Institutes (IARI), agricultural universities, senior officers from various government departments and commercial sectors are invited to educate farmers on various agricultural challenges, new technology and new farming methods. 

The tentative workshops will be conducted on Safflower and Linseed cultivation and value addition, Turmeric and Ginger cultivation and Processing, Vegetable Seed Production, Bamboo Production and Utilisation, Banana and Orange-Export quality production, Sericulture, Goat Farming, Poultry, Bee keeping and Fisheries- opportunities for Vidarbha region at 13th Agrovision.

With increasing levels of global warming, mankind is facing the challenge of how to feed an expanding population worldwide and how to provide its energy demands without depleting the planet’s biological and natural resources. Sustainable food and energy production will lead to agriculture becoming a new global mega trend in the next decades. 13th Agrovision aims to answer this new challenge with its theme- Future Farming-feed, food, and fuel-integrated technology via research.

Agrovision is Central India’s largest agricultural event held in Nagpur every year. It provides a platform for knowledge exchange movement which is well attended by farmers from all across India. Started 12 years ago under the leadership of Chief Patron Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Agrovision is growing both in magnitude and stature with each successive edition. The movement of Agrovision was initiated with a goal of educating, encouraging and empowering farmers, to adopt new farm technologies, introduce them to allied agri business to increase their income and ensure them a decent livelihood support.

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