Agriculture and Farm Consulting



  • Total Geographical Area – 328 million hectares
  • Net Area planted – 142 million hectares
  • Gross Cropped Area – 190.8 million hectares
  • Net Irrigated Area – 56.9 million hectares

Agriculture assumes a fundamental part in the Indian economy. More than 70% of the provincial families rely upon agriculture. Agriculture is a significant area of Indian economy as it contributes about 17% to the all out GDP and gives work to more than 60% of the populace. we are one of best agriculture and frm consulting  company in india.Indian agriculture has enlisted great development over most recent couple of many years. The food grain creation has expanded from 51 million tons (MT) in 1950-51 to 250MT during 2011-12 most elevated since the time autonomy.

Provides food to more than 1 billion individuals Produces 51 significant harvests Contributes to 1/sixth of the Export Earnings.

INDIA IN WORLD OF AGRICULTURE Largest Producer of Milk, Cashew nuts, Coconuts, Tea, Ginger, Turmeric and Black Pepper. Largest Cattle populace 281 million Second biggest maker of Wheat, Rice, Sugar and Groundnut and Pulses. Third biggest maker of Tobacco. Third biggest in execution of Mechanization 17-Aug-17

Offer IN NATIONAL INCOME Although the portion of agriculture in the complete public pay has been bit by bit diminishing because of the advancement of auxiliary and tertiary areas, it actually contributed about 18% of country pay in 2006-07.(in 1950-51, it was 59%)

A coronavirus pandemic has led to surging demand for organic & sustainable foods. COVID 19 is raising awareness of the relationship between nutrition & health. This has resulted in a surge in interest in products that benefit from a ‘health halo’, including functional foods and fruits & vegetables. A new report from Ecovia intelligence suggests that organic sales have seen a ‘hafety sales increase’ globally. Online retailers are reporting highest sales grwoth. In the US, whole foods market has started limiting the number of its online grocery customers because of unprecedented demand. Meanwhile in the UK, Abel & Cole reported a 25% increase in sales orders &Riverford, an organic farm & vegetable box delivery company, is reporting a demand surge. Nourish organic, an indian online retailer, experienced a 30% sales rise last month.

As per APEDA (The Agricultural & Processed Food Products Export Development Authority), the demand for Indian organic food products is on the constant increase worldwide. There is a significant growth expected for Indian organic food products in the coming years.   According to TechSci Research Private Limited report, global organic food market stood at $110.25 billion in 2016 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 16.15 per cent, in value terms, during 2017 – 2022, to reach $ 262.85 billion by 2022. Indian organic food market is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 23% by 2023, on account of favorable government policies supporting organic farming coupled with rising land area under organic cultivation.


Rising Roots as the first step to fulfill the requirements of the clients provides:-

DPR comprising of Background,

  • Market analysis
  • Major features
  • Proposed technology
  • Crop selection
  • Soil & water analysis report (if required)
  • Package of practices
  • Selection of varieties
  • Smart agricultural practices in detail
  • Cultivation cost & economics of profitability of the proposed project.

Benefits of Hiring Risingroots Agri Consultancy

  1. Higher Crop yield and profit
  2. Save Water on Irrigation
  3. Better Quality Products
  4. Latest technology
  5. better Seeds and fertilizers
Ever since Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced his target of doubling farmers’ incomes by 2022 at a farmers’ rally in Uttar Pradesh (UP) in 2016, the central government, as well as several state governments, have remained occupied with developing ways and means to achieve this target by the proposed deadline. The UP government’s Million Farmers’ School (MFS) program is one such innovative effort to enhance farmers’ incomes through dissemination of agriculture-related information on technology, government schemes, and modern farming methods. The number of farmers trained by government has increased significantly in at least one program, if the figures given in the Lok Sabha are any indication.In a recent reply to a question, Shri Narendra Singh Tomar, Honorable Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmer Welfare, said training was given to 5.11 lakh farmers under National Food Security Mission (NFSM) till December 3 of 2019-20 as against 3.42 lakh for the whole of 2018-19. This amounts to a growth of 49.48 per cent over the full financial year of 2018-19. The most important role of agricultural extension is to provide knowledge, technical expertise, exposure to innovation and research, and to create awareness about the plethora of schemes that may benefit the farmer. In doing so, it helps expand farmers’ human capital endowment—both, their innate abilities and learned skills—enhancing their individual agricultural performance and, in turn, the aggregate agricultural performance. Dr. Anurag Tewari has dedicated 15 years of his career in educating the farming community through various means. Dr. Anurag Tewari has disseminated technical know how regarding crop production amongst the farming community of Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. His expertise in conducting farmer’s training programs have been very popular among the farming community of North INDIA.