Breaking News :

Dhanuka Agritech launches Awards to recognise, encourage innovative farming techniques


Agencies, New Delhi Dhanuka Agritech limited, one of India’s leading Agrochemical Company, on Thursday launched the first edition of ‘Dhanuka Innovative Agriculture Award’ (DIAA) to recognize and encourage innovative farming techniques adopted/practiced across India. The nominations which opened today invites entries in 30 categories by farmers/dealers and agri-institutes/scientists/KVKs (Krishi Vigyan Kendra) who have made outstanding contributions to this sector. Commenting on the launch of the award, RG Agarwal, Chairman, Dhanuka Agritech Limited said, “With a vision of changing the agricultural landscape of our country, Dhanuka Agritech has always been at the forefront of bringing revolutionary thoughts and practices for betterment of the farming community. DIAA (Dhanuka Innovative Agriculture Award) is the first such initiative wherein we aim to acknowledge the innovation done in the farming sector. With these small incentives we can encourage our farmer friends to come and share their practices to enhance the crop productivity and farmers’ income”. The jury of the Dhanuka Innovative Agriculture Award 2018 has been constituted under renowned scientist under the chairmanship of Chancellor of Central Agriculture University, Imphal, Padma Bhushan, Prof RB Singh. It is expected that the Award Winners will be Leaders, serving the farming community as a model for rational management of resources, including land, labour, capital, knowledge/Technology/Water/Agri-inputs etc. The Awardees will be the spark-plugs for motivation and examples for others to follow. Dhanuka Agritech is among top five agrochemical Formulation Company in India. Recently the company announced its Q2 result where it continued its growth momentum by registering 11.40 per cent growth in terms of Turnover. The company also launched a new product- SUELO for enhancing the soil health naturally in December last year across India.

Opinions expressed in the comments are not reflective of Central Chronicle. Comments are moderated automatically.