B. Varadarajan, K. Ranjith Kumar


In Indian agriculture sector faces several challenges, making it added and additional difficult to achieve its primary objective feeding the one hundred and twenty cores population each and every year. Growth of population and changes in diet associated with rising incomes drive greater demand for food and other agricultural products, while countrywide food systems are increasingly threatened by land degradation, climate change, monsoon failure etc. The present study is an attempt to trace out the overview of agritech usage by farmers in India and various opportunity of technology in agricultural sectors.


Agriculture, Agritech, Agribusiness, B2B, B2C, Indian agriculture.


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