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ICRISAT and Zuari Collaborate to Revolutionize Soil Health and Boost Farmer Incomes in Three Indian States
Sunday, 2023/03/26 | 08:16:33

Figure: (L-R) Dr Mangilal Jat, Dr Jacqueline Hughes, Mr Madan Mohan Pandey and Mr KK Singh (ZFHL) at the MoA signing.

 

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Zuari Farmhub Ltd (ZFHL) has announced a new research partnership with the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) aimed to promote sustainable agricultural practices to improve farmer incomes in Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Uttar Pradesh.

 

The two-year project will prioritize carbon sequestration to reduce agricultural greenhouse gases, thereby mitigating the impact of climate change on the farming community. ​

 

The agreement was formalized through the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) on Thursday by Dr. Jacqueline Hughes, Director General of ICRISAT, and Mr. Madan Mohan Pandey, Managing Director of ZFHL, in Hyderabad, India. Both parties expressed their delight at the prospect of working together to develop innovative solutions that meet the specific needs of farmers in India.

 

The project will leverage ICRISAT's world-class soil laboratory, which is accredited by the FAO, to develop science-led technologies using spatial data, modeling tools, big data analysis, and artificial intelligence. ​

 

Dr Hughes said that the partnership would utilise the expertise of some of the world's best soil researchers and cutting-edge scientific techniques to promote sustainable agricultural practices and enhance farmer incomes but proof of concept is required.

 

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