The farmers are the original entrepreneurs, but they lack the support of an organized, robust ecosystem.
There are thriving ecosystems for entrepreneurs in various sectors around the world, that provide access to the best of talent, working capital, and resources. Unfortunately, farmers can only rely on word of mouth when it comes to trying out new crops, rotation, soil techniques. They lack access to timely and reliable information; scientific advice and mechanization; crop insurance and health insurance, even though they are at the mercy of weather conditions and endure the dire risk of plant disease. So much so that they do not have the luxury to think long term: “How will my decision today, impact my soil’s health 5 years from now?”, “Will I or my next of kin continue farming 20 years later, will my land then be able to yield?”, “How does my stubble burning affect other regions?”.
At nurture. farm, we have come together with the firm belief that we can’t look at these challenges in isolation. Risk, uncertainty, the longevity of farm health, farmer prosperity, and many more factors need to be understood at an ecosystem level. We need to connect the dots and create holistic, full-stack solutions at every stage of the crop cycle. Only then can we nurture a sustainable ecosystem that creates a resilient farmer.
Making agriculture simple, profitable, and sustainable for generations to come through technology-led solutions
Improve the quality of life and foster the growth of a resilient farmer by nurturing a sustainable ecosystem that solves problems holistically,Provide timely scientific information at every stage of the crop cycle
Present guided interventions at the optimum time so as to only do what’s required without wasting effort in unnecessary, costly, and pollution-causing scheduled practices
Bring in transparency and traceability of authentic products so that farmers, retailers, and traders are never deceived
Supply convenient, effective, environmentally sustainable, professional services in spraying and other methods
Establish trust and deliver economic outcomes to current farmers, so as to inspire those who have left, to return to agriculture with confidence