IoT-enabled devices are proving handy in cutting water wastage on farms

IoT-based technology is also coming handy in making farm management easier, especially for urban farmers who, unable to maintain their farmland on their own, leave it to farmers in rural areas

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Some $130 billion worth of food grain is lost every year in India owing to lack of storage, forcing farmers to sell for lower returns. Several agri-tech companies have come up in the recent past to resolve this challenge

For most urban households, the need to conserve water when supply is scanty is a no-brainer. However, overwatering of fields is common in the agriculture sector, because Indian farmers often

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First Published: Jan 11 2021 | 6:10 AM IST

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