Chief EditorYashpal Singh Malik
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Online ISSN 0976-4631
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Advancement of Agricultural Technology in Farming of India
First Online 26-01-2022|
Methods: The agriculture technology is currently utilized in the dairy farming, poultry farming and organic farming. The working principles of agriculture technology were glanced from the dairy farming, poultry farming and organic farming and collected from the Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Punjab and Gujarat.
Result: The control of fly, milking parlours, calf care, young stock housing, hygiene, milk testing technologies etc are currently utilized into the dairy farming in rural India. The robots carries out ding dirty work, flock protection using drones and use of sensors for monitoring and management are applied in the poultry animals. The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) contributes at production and management in dairy farming and poultry farming. It imposes crop development and management and sprays adequate organic chemicals in the crop field. The effective and less expensive technologies like neem based preparations, concentrated organic manure, organic formulations for seed treatment and plant protection, broad-spectrum botanical pesticides and many more have been developed that promote organic agriculture.
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