Agri. Universities sign pacts on organic farming and mechanization


Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University (PJTSAU) signed a memorandum of understanding with companies, separately, here on Saturday on research and training in various agricultural products and practices.

The MoU was signed with Sresta Natural Bioproducts Ltd and Wevio Global Private Ltd by University Registrar S. Sudheer Kumar and Managing Director of Sresta Natural Bioproducts S. Rajasekhar Reddy and Director of Wevio Global Y. Madhusudhana Rao in the presence of Vice-Chancellor V. Praveen Rao.

The university and Sresta Natural would work together on research, training, innovation and education of students in organic and natural agricultural products. Likewise, the pact with Wevio Global would help the university to work on raising awareness of agricultural mechanization for small and marginal farmers.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Praveen Rao said that the demand for natural and organic agricultural products was increasing with changing food consumption patterns. Organic and natural farming practices are essential for sustainable agriculture and they would contribute to soil degradation and highlighted the need to develop farming practices to conserve soil nutrition.

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