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Agriculture and Investment in India in the times of COVID-19

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Agriculture and Investment in India in the times of COVID-19

Agriculture and farmers are the two most common words in India that contribute right from the GDP to take the responsibility of feeding the nourishing food to the people of India along with the quarter population of the world. Today, India has the second-highest crop output in the world and agriculture-related jobs employ nearly 60% of the total workforce. However, as India’s population grows, the country is having difficulties meeting the demand for food products like wheat and rice especially in times of crisis. With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the world, everyone is concerned about the first basic need i.e., FOOD.

With the restriction of lockdown, the following are the problems that might be faced by the farmers in India:

  •    Lack of supply for seeds, fertilizers, other materials

With the lockdown imposed across the country, the transportation issues are slightly under the light. The supply of seeds, fertilizers, pesticides and other similar materials required for farming is running short. But the government is trying their best to facilitate the farmers with all the possible help to grow their crops.

  •   Irrigation issues

With the summer season hitting the country, there is an inadequate supply of water to the farmlands for irrigation. The concerned departments have been planning on the ways to keep the irrigation concerns away from the farmlands.

  •   Limited market support

With the industries and production plats being at the non-operational phase, the window for selling the crops is quite narrow. Some farmers used to contact third-party sellers to sell their crops. The government should come up with the other initiative to collect the crops from the farmers.

  •   Financial support for the upcoming season

The period from selling the crop to getting the full payment previously used to take months. Now the recognized agricultural bodies have come up with ideas to deliver the amounts in the lowest possible spans especially in the state of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

With the increase in demand, the agricultural sector is back into the limelight. It is a great opportunity for the investors to invest in the agricultural lands that provide them with the cultivations of great ROI.

Some of the best places for investment in agricultural lands in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The districts of Sanga Reddy and Karimnagar are the greater places of interest for investors looking for agricultural lands because of the expected ROI.

Looking for a real estate service provider to get help in owning the farmlands and agricultural lands for sale in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana? If yes, reach out to Pahani.

Pahani Real Estate Agency located in Hyderabad deals with the residential and commercial properties in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. It is popular for dealing in fruitful agricultural lands for sale in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. To know more, contact Pahani Real Estate Agency today or visit www.pahani.com.

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