October Issue of Rural and Marketing Talks Doubling Farmers Income

Top Quote Doubling farmers' income would require effective contingency plan for bad weather, remunerative crop insurance, adequate market access, proper farm credit system, affordable input cost, sufficient warehousing and storage facilities and price support. If these factors are effectively implemented, the ambitious plan can be a big success for the present government. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 07, 2016 - October Issue tells about a wide range of topics covering the main cover story "Doubling Farmers' Income: A Reality or Political Stunt?". The issue has everything to wait for and buy a new print to learn something exciting that you have been looking for. Farmer's income is very less in India due to which farmers are getting poorer. Many of them areleaving farming and joining other professions. Even suicide is very common among farmers in the country. The disappoint picture because of less income from agriculture displays the story of farmers.

    The motive of present government led by PM Modi to double the farmers' income by 2022 has created new hopes for those who are involved in agriculture sector because if the aim gets successful, it will not only increase the average farmer income but also of those who are related to this sector. Though there are several ways to make agriculture remunerative, it is important to target a few suitable ones that substantially deals with profitable farming.

    Main Stories and Headlines In October Issue:

    Interview: Rajasthan Minister Yoonus Khan on Global Agritech Meet

    Innovation: Plantix App: Detecting plant's disease and recommending treatment

    Agri Market: Rain god brings cheers for agribusiness companies

    Face-to- Face: Marico's Jitendra Mahajan on Copra procurement, directly from the farmers

    International: BRICS joint declaration for agriculture development

    Research: 8 ways to make agriculture remunerative
    The editorial team of Rural & Marketing has done extensive research on the above stories and headlines and made unique content for the better reading experience. With these stories, the magazine try to spread awareness about the condition of farmers and what can be done to improve it. Topics are structured in such a way that they tell in-depth details in easy-to- understand manner.

    India's population is expected to be 1.7 billion by 2050 and to feed those many people it is necessary to do agricultural research and include advanced farming techniques for rural development. The issue has measures to increase agriculture income by involving advanced techniques in food sector, crop diversification, irrigation system, wasteland development, etc. When such measures are in place, it would create a familiar environment in farming sector and farmers earn double or more income.

    The October Issue covers other topics as well that you can enjoy by purchasing its copy or subscribing the monthly subscription.

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    Rural Marketing magazine covers the growth and development of sectors like agriculture, health, technology, innovation, education and rural upliftment fronts. We also have a knowledge based online portal www.ruralmarketing.org offering relevant updates about rural India. Published by i9media, the magazine aims to integrate the urban India with rural markets, where it helps in shaping their business strategies on how to target the rural India and its untapped potential. The magazine also intends to act as a guiding force to the policy makers on how to understand the real India and the dynamics of rural India. Rural Marketing is an ideal platform where all Agriculturalists, Marketers, Policy Makers, Researchers, Entrepreneurs, Students, Key Opinion Leaders and NGOs can share their experiences and knowledge.

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