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About Bhoomee
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bhoomee is an unique initiative put together by M5 info solutions Private limited (Incorporated and Headquartered in Bangalore) for the entire Agri Community. The web enabled platform aims at bringing the entire Agri community of India under one platform to enhance visibility, connectivity and widen market opportunities.

Bhoomee is a web-enabled platform that is integrated with Cloud, Mobile and other digital technologies, takes information and engagement closer to the farmers transforming “Agri community”. (Rural Employment is the Mantra)

Bhoomee as a platform has proved that it can on-board farmers seamlessly who do not have smart phones from the remotest of areas and enabled. Farmers who do not know how to use smart phones are also on-boarded on to the platform. (Farmers enrolment is through paid subscription)

Bhoomee’s Farm Trade feature maps buyers requirement with respective farmers region wise at any given point of time across all seasons for procurement.

Bhoomee’s 929 Mandi helps farmers to identify the buyer for their harvesting or about to harvest commodity before taking to the Mandi.

Bhoomee works as an aggregator for agri input sales and extend this advantage of discovering best deals to farmers at his doorstep.

Bhoomee has trained rural youth on crop protection and other agri services using digital technologies and are delivering these services on demand to farmers at his farm.
Latest News

How technology can get insurance money into the hands of farmers in 24 hours
A loan of Rs 7,402. Thats all it took to drive farmer Ramnath Kewart to suicide on July 23 last year. Crushed by two consecutive droughts, Kewart had sold all his land and had no money left to repay the moneylender in his village in Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh. Kewart killed himself – one of 15,000 farmers committing suicide every year in India.

FDI in tobacco: DIPP meets stakeholders; participants shared mixed views
Farmer associations and industry today shared mixed views in a meeting called by the commerce and industry ministry on issues related to foreign direct investment (FDI) in the tobacco sector. The meeting was chaired Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) Secretary Ramesh Abhishek here.

Centre wants states to pay cane farmers upfront
India on Tuesday sought to prevent farmer unrest involving one of its biggest cash crops, with the food ministry asking key sugar-producing states to issue strict directions to all mills to pay farmers upfront for the cane crushed in the 2017-18 season.

CAI lowers 2017-18 cotton production estimate by 2 lakh tonnes
Cotton Association of India has released its March estimate of the 2017-18 crop year beginning from 1st October 2017-18. In this latest estimate, the CAI has estimated cotton crop for the ongoing 2017-18 season at 360 lakh bales of 170 kgs. each, which is lower by 2 lakh bales – one lakh bales each in the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka than its previous estimate of 362 lakh bales made in the month of March 2018.

CAI lowers 2017-18 cotton production estimate by 2 lakh tonnes
Cotton Association of India has released its March estimate of the 2017-18 crop year beginning from 1st October 2017-18. In this latest estimate, the CAI has estimated cotton crop for the ongoing 2017-18 season at 360 lakh bales of 170 kgs. each, which is lower by 2 lakh bales – one lakh bales each in the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka than its previous estimate of 362 lakh bales made in the month of March 2018.

CAI lowers 2017-18 cotton production estimate by 2 lakh tonnes
Cotton Association of India has released its March estimate of the 2017-18 crop year beginning from 1st October 2017-18. In this latest estimate, the CAI has estimated cotton crop for the ongoing 2017-18 season at 360 lakh bales of 170 kgs. each, which is lower by 2 lakh bales – one lakh bales each in the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka than its previous estimate of 362 lakh bales made in the month of March 2018.

CAI lowers 2017-18 cotton production estimate by 2 lakh tonnes
Cotton Association of India has released its March estimate of the 2017-18 crop year beginning from 1st October 2017-18. In this latest estimate, the CAI has estimated cotton crop for the ongoing 2017-18 season at 360 lakh bales of 170 kgs. each, which is lower by 2 lakh bales – one lakh bales each in the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka than its previous estimate of 362 lakh bales made in the month of March 2018.

CAI lowers 2017-18 cotton production estimate by 2 lakh tonnes
Cotton Association of India has released its March estimate of the 2017-18 crop year beginning from 1st October 2017-18. In this latest estimate, the CAI has estimated cotton crop for the ongoing 2017-18 season at 360 lakh bales of 170 kgs. each, which is lower by 2 lakh bales – one lakh bales each in the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka than its previous estimate of 362 lakh bales made in the month of March 2018.

CAI lowers 2017-18 cotton production estimate by 2 lakh tonnes
Cotton Association of India has released its March estimate of the 2017-18 crop year beginning from 1st October 2017-18. In this latest estimate, the CAI has estimated cotton crop for the ongoing 2017-18 season at 360 lakh bales of 170 kgs. each, which is lower by 2 lakh bales – one lakh bales each in the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka than its previous estimate of 362 lakh bales made in the month of March 2018.

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