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Sngce: Agro Farm


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Sngce: Agro Farm

  1. 1. AGRO-DAIRY FARM Sngce-team
  2. 2. Agricultural scenario of India Food grains production:- 241 million tones (MT) in 2010-11 crop year Milk production in 2011:- 121.7 million tones Fish Production :-7.8 million tones Vegetable Production :-- 141.3 million tones Fruit production :- 75.7 million tones DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES @ SNGCE
  3. 3. Facts about agriculture sector in India Limited supply of water for irrigation Large size of population dependents on agriculture Lower growth in farmers’ income(1.5%) and higher growth in expenditure (4-5%) Increasing indebtedness of farmers & suicidal rates. Only 2.2% of the horticulture products are processed. Only few secondary agriculture industries exist and most of the agro-industries are unorganized. DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES @ SNGCE
  4. 4. Scope of agro-dairy farm? Employment opportunities can be enhanced. Migration from rural areas can be minimized . High quality standards and low processing cost is ensured. Ensure that a fair share of added value goes to the producer thereby income level of farmers can be improved DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES @ SNGCE
  5. 5. How to use water and fertilizers effectively infarming? DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES @ SNGCE
  6. 6. The question lead to a great innovation,known as….. DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES @ SNGCE
  7. 7. Drip irrigation system (DIS).• Drip irrigation, also known as ‘Trickle irrigation’ or ‘Micro irrigation’.• It is an irrigation method that saves water and fertilizer by allowing the mixture to drip slowly to the roots of plants, either onto the soil surface or directly onto the root zone.• It is done through narrow tubes that deliver water directly to the base of the plant. DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES @ SNGCE
  10. 10. Comparison • Output 100 units • More manual laborFlood irrigation • Less profit • Increased output to 160 unitsDrip irrigation • Reduced manual labor • More profit DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES @ SNGCE
  11. 11. TARGET SECTORS• Small and medium scale farmers• Rural and economically backward areas.• Areas facing scarcity of rainfall.• Soils which lacks nutrients and minerals. DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES @ SNGCE
  12. 12. STRENGTH WEAKNESS Low initial investment Limited life period & delicate Risk spread over number of years High labor requirement Skill requirement is less High replacement cost Shifting to micro tube and drip is Cannot withstand high pressure of flow of technically feasible waterLess transportation and storage problem Unequal distribution of water SWOTOPPORTUNITY THREAT Scope for improvement Non standardization in product Latent demand for water saving Non performance of early adopters Involvement of agencies for replication / Decreasing price of micro tube and drip spreading Environmental problems with polytheneManufacturing process is available everywhere Easy and soft availability of finance Changes in system of electricity billing DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES @ SNGCE
  13. 13. Conclusion• Taking all the general factors into account Drip Irrigation system has met all expectations in terms of economy, scalability, effectiveness and sustainability in the field of agriculture.• By the end of 2015, it is expected that Drip Irrigation will reach around 70% of all major agriculture techniques. DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES @ SNGCE