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Welcome to the 7th edition of
Krishi Agriculture Technology Fair & Conference
Krishi – Agriculture Technology Fair and Conference which is being organized since 1998 has evolved a balanced relationship between farmers and technology savvy minds. In its constant endeavor to make KRISHI a world class show for the Indian Agriculture Industry, Krishi is planning a robust lineup in 2011 of not only the latest technology and products but also quality learning and business opportunities. Krishi 2011 will be a congregation of exhibitors and experts from all around the world who will share their experiences on global agro - innovations and solutions.
Krishi 2011 is not a just another trade show but a combination of display, knowledge sharing and networking activities to showcase dynamic realities of Indian Agriculture Sector.
Agriculture - The Culture of India
Till today a majority of India's economy largely relies on agriculture. The Government is inclined to boost agriculture not only in monetary terms but also by providing basic necessities, education, infrastructure, etc. The rural sector is rapidly adopting the urbanized infrastructure while keeping its identity intact. Latest technology is being used in the agriculture sector to explore irrigation where water is a scarcity. New cash crops are now being grown and facilities of cold storage and food processing are being ramped up to ensure a sustainable supply chain. Agri-exports from India are now accepted globally and have immense potential.
Experience the potential of Indian Agriculture
India is already one of the global leaders in the agricultural sector. It is the largest producer of milk, fruits, pulses, cashew nuts, coconuts and tea in the world, the second largest producer of rice and wheat in the world and fourth largest in grains. India is also one of the largest producers of cotton, sugarcane, peanuts, jute, tea, and an assortment of spices. India is poised to become the world's food basket in terms of both quantity and quality. India has the potential to feed not only her large population but also to export its produce.