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A&N Universe Market Research (UMR)

  • UMR is a company committed to provide all round services to Agriculture, to the people associated with Agriculture and agriculture risk in India.
  • As our tag line is A PERFECT AGRO SOLUTION,” we enable our farmers and other agricultural stakeholders to optimise different ways of agriculture and minimise agricultural risk through our agriculture intelligence services.
  • We are with the farm and with the farmers through out the crop life cycle viz. planning for a particular crop cultivation to monitorising the herculean effort of the farmers at their land.
  • UMR creates thousands of self employment / entrepreneurship opportunity in agriculture sector through its customised and scientific training programs to the youth. It stops people migrating from own villages to cities to earn livelihood.

AGRICULTURE START-UPS IN INDIA

“Indian Government is committed to transform the agriculture sector. We want to increase farmer income and the purchasing power of village.”
– Narendra Modi, Prime Minister
“Healthcare, Education and Agriculture are three priority areas in terms of technology, where the government can provide long term benefits to people of India
– Ravi Shankar Prasad, Cabinet Minister
Agriculture start-ups is an emerging area, which can unleash umpteen opportunities for start-ups and strengthen the supply chain in India agriculture.”
– Will Poole, Managing Partner, Unitus Seed Fund

FUTURE PROSPECTS OF AGRICULTURE START – UPS

Agriculture in India: Fact & Figure

 Agriculture plays a vital role in India’s economy.
 Over 58 per cent of the rural households depend on agriculture as their principal means of livelihood.
 Agriculture, along with fisheries and forestry, is one of the largest contributors to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
 India is the largest producer, consumer and exporter of spices and spice products.
 India’s fruit production has grown faster than vegetables, making it the second largest fruit producer in the world. India’s horticulture output, is estimated to be 287.3 million tonnes (MT) in 2016-17 after the first advance estimate.
 Since 2010, production as well as yield of both major crops – rice and wheat has increased significantly.
 In FY16, production of rice stood at 103.61 million tonnes, whereas, production of wheat stood at 93.82 million tonnes.
Source: Ministry of Agriculture