Pune, 23rd December 2023: BioPrime Agrisolutions, a leading biotechnology company specializing in developing cutting edge agri biologicals, is proud to announce the launch of its dynamic “Rolling Classroom: Solutions on Wheels” campaign. This unique outreach effort is designed to educate farmers across Maharashtra on the critical issues of climate change and sustainable farming practices.
Bioprime’s dedicated team has embarked on a mobile van campaign, traversing villages throughout Maharashtra to deliver the latest advancements in agricultural technology directly to farmers’ doorsteps. The primary objective is to bridge the gap between innovation and practical implementation, ensuring that every farmer comprehends the transformative potential of sustainable farming.
Speaking at the launch, Dr. Renuka Diwan, Co-Founder & CEO, Bioprime Agrisolutions said, “Recognizing the power of personal interaction, our team members are conducting farmer meetings in various villages, including evening sessions held in temples. These engagements are pivotal opportunities to share insights, address queries, and cultivate a community of farmers dedicated to adopting sustainable practices.”
Given the prominence of Maharashtra as a pivotal center for onion cultivation, Bioprime is strategically directing its efforts towards emphasizing the transformative potential of its innovative products for onion crops. Discussions within these sessions revolve around achieving heightened yields, augmenting produce quality, prolonging shelf life, and fostering sustainability. By concentrating efforts on onions, a staple crop in the region, Bioprime aims to make a discernible impact on the overall agricultural productivity landscape.
Bioprime Agrisolutions reiterates its commitment to the development and provision of products designed to transcend conventional agricultural paradigms. Bioprime’s solutions, addressing facets from soil health to crop protection, are meticulously tailored for sustainability. By doing so, they aim not only to address the immediate needs of today’s agriculture but also to equip farmers with the necessary tools and knowledge to meet the challenges of tomorrow.