BVFCL aligns with PM-PRANAM Scheme to foster environmental prosperity
BVFCL aligns with PM-PRANAM Scheme to foster environmental prosperity

BVFCL aligns with PM-PRANAM Scheme to foster environmental prosperity

BVFCL employs drones to raise awareness about nano urea, a liquid nanotechnology agri-input that provides plant-friendly nitrogen without soil-harming chemicals

New Delhi: In a groundbreaking move, the Union Government introduces the PM program for restoration, awareness, nourishment and amelioration of mother earth 'PM-PRANAM.' This initiative, designed to combat excessive chemical fertilizer usage, encourages states to adopt alternative fertilizers. The PM-PRANAM scheme strategically motivates states to reduce dependence on chemical fertilizers, thereby easing the subsidy burden.

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The visionary PM-PRANAM initiative not only promotes sustainable agricultural practices but also addresses the economic strain caused by escalating fertilizer costs. As part of this drive, BVFCL is actively supporting farmers in northeastern India. Through the VSBY initiative, BVFCL employs drones to raise awareness about nano urea, a liquid nanotechnology agri-input that provides plant-friendly nitrogen without soil-harming chemicals.

BVFCL is extending its commitment further by conducting drone demonstrations in the North Eastern States of Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, and Tripura. These demonstrations aim to showcase the practical application of nano urea and educate farmers on environmentally friendly fertilizers and soil conservation techniques.

BVFCL aligns with PM-PRANAM Scheme to foster environmental prosperity
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Bymee from Modop, West Jaintia Hills, highlights the transformative impact of the Government of India's initiative, emphasizing the crucial role of drones in efficiently treating crops against pests and diseases. She underscores the benefits of quick coverage and the added advantage of reducing the risk of pesticide contamination, particularly for those using back sprayers. Bymee sees the implementation of this drone scheme as a potential game-changer for enhancing the well-being of farmers in their state.

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