There are many proven business benefits in taking climate action and sustainable agriculture practices in action. Sustainability is not an option anymore but a necessity. Businesses understand that today and are taking the steps to grow sustainably. To feed growing population in the future businesses need to ensure sustainability in their sourcing and production practices right from farm level. Agriculture and land for grazing accounts for most land usage of the earth’s land area. Hence, making agriculture sustainable will be the key factor in ensuring that we can fulfill the food security goals. This includes increasing farm productivity, efficient farm production practices, optimizing natural resource usage, and improving livelihoods of farmers to make them self-sustainable.
In a few decades, the global agricultural system will transcend into a system that provides nourishment for the growing population consistently and sustainably produces the food for future-proofing the agriculture industry. KhetiBuddy endeavors to play the role of enabling this transformation which will be driven by sustainable farming practices and biological combined to improve soil health. Soil will play the vital role in leading the world’s agriculture production system towards sustainability while mitigating the risks of climate change with climate tech. KhetiBuddy has focused on aspects of sustainability such as less CO2 equivalent emission per ton of food produced, increasing crop productivity with sustainable agronomy practices, reducing crop loss by ensuring crop protection via use of biological, and empowering farmers to practice climate-smart farming while reducing GHG emissions.
Key Principles of Sustainable Farming are:
Crop rotation and crop diversity are two important strategies for making agriculture sustainable. Crop rotation helps to improve soil fertility and prevent crop loss, while crop diversity helps to manage pests and improve yields. Both of these strategies help to make agriculture more efficient and sustainable. Crop rotation is the practice of growing a variety of different crops in sequence. This helps to improve soil fertility and prevent crop loss. Crop diversity is the practice of growing multiple crops across different cropping seasons. This helps to manage pests and improve yields. Polyculture, or the practice of growing multiple crops in the same field, is another important strategy for making agriculture sustainable. Polyculture helps to improve soil fertility and pest management, which leads to increased yields and fewer crop losses. All of these strategies are important for making agriculture more efficient and sustainable.
Many businesses start initiatives but fail to complete it with effectiveness due to lack of effective tracking mechanism. Talk to our solution consultant to know more about how we can help your business track and report your CSR or ESG compliances for sustainability reporting.
Advanced BI Tool to measure, track and visualize granular level of farm data. Custom Report Writer to generate Impact Reports, Sustainability Reports and MIS for decision-making
System for enabling, measuring, and reporting carbon sequestered and reduced carbon emissions
Enabling and measuring GHG emission reduction via farming practices based on crops and farm location
Making farms more climate smart and resilient for securing produce with climate tech
Recommendation of agronomy practices based on science to improve soil biology and ensure crop production
Promoting sustainable agricultural practices to aid in food security for all.
Ensuring Good Agricultural Practices in farming for sustainable consumption of natural resources
Leveraging weather and live crop data for practicing climate smart agricultural practices.
The expertise of our team of scientists, technocrats, and executives make agricultural sustainability achievable with a plan to manage, measure and monitor. Book a call with our team to learn how!