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TAFE Farmers’ Day in Khammam, Telangana brings together Farmers and Agri-Experts

Continuing its efforts to engage and empower the farming community, TAFE – Tractors and Farm Equipment Limited recently organized its Farmers’ Day event at Khammam, Telangana. Over 500 farmers from various districts around Khammam participated in this event. Dr. P Jagan Mohan Rao, Associate Director of Research, Regional Agricultural Research Station from Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University (PJTSAU) was the Chief Guest for this event.

The farmers were introduced to the best practices in cultivation, right from sowing to post-harvest processing through knowledge-sharing sessions and workshops. These sessions were filled with information specific to the region, besides demonstrating the correct usage of tractors and farm machinery to enhance the efficiency and productivity of the farmers. Progressive farmers from the state were also recognized for their contribution to agriculture. A multi-implement demo and an MF Tech Zone were also setup at the venue, where farmers were educated on the latest technology and developments in the field of agriculture.

One of the key CSR initiatives of TAFE – Farmers’ Day celebrates this special occasion, dedicated to the farming community, providing them a platform to interact with renowned agricultural scientists and experts from leading universities and agri-research institutes. The experience-rich agri-scientists of TAFE’s own adaptive agricultural research centre – JFarm, based at Chennai, Tamil Nadu, and Bhawanimandi, Rajasthan, play a significant role in this event.

Over the past 14 years, TAFE has been engaging with the farming community in various parts of India, including Tamil Nadu, Uttarakhand, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Odisha, Haryana and Telangana, through this platform. Farmers’ Day has led to farmers adapting newer cultivation methods resulting in higher yields and productivity. Topics likes best practices in cultivation, irrigation, soil preparation, crop protection, crop management and seed technologies, along with modern farm mechanization practices are covered in the event.

The first Farmers’ Day was conducted in 2006 in Madurai, Tamil Nadu. It is noteworthy to mention that TAFE has been organizing Farmers’ Day for 14 consecutive years and has impacted the lives of thousands of farmers across India.

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