An Atmanirbhar India can be achieved primarily through self-reliance and self- sustainability in agriculture. Standardization and promotion of indigenous knowledge of agricultural technology, techniques and resource utilization are imperative. Findings relevant to farmers are housed in multiple national and international databases. Atmanirbhar Krishi app seeks to aggregate this data and provide farm and region-specific content to the farmers.
Atmanirbhar Krishi Mobile App
Mobile App Now Available on :
Launching Soon on :
Weather & Weather based Information.
Indian Meteorological Department (IMD)
Land surface Information, Vegetation Index & Crop
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)
Soil Type and Soil Health
Department of Agriculture Cooperation & Farmer Welfare (DACFW) and The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)
Surface Water (River/ Reservoir/ Canal) & Ground Water
National Water Informatics Centre (NWIC) Includes Central Ground Water Board (CGWA)
In the currently live Stage 1, the Atmanirbhar Krishi app brings together data relevant to the farmer and his farm, from various agencies and departments of the Government of India:
The app is currently available in 12 Indian languages. The app collects no input from the farmer, it relies on geo-location of the farm to provide relevant data. It uses voice based -read aloud feature and considers availability at low internet speeds.
The app is envisioned in 5 stages
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