participated at Krushi Odisha 2020 which was held from January 20th-24th, 2020 at Jana Maidan, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. It was an international exhibition focusing on innovations and best practices in Agriculture and was organised by the Department of Agriculture & Farmer’s empowerment, Government of Odisha.
Pubert India displayed its range of machines- , and which are our best selling machines in Maharashtra. Along with the machines additional attachments like the Ridger kit, Potato harvesting kit, 1.5 feet Rotor, Water pump etc were also displayed. This helped the farmers understand the feasiblity of using the other attachments and making the most of our machines. Close to our stall, we organized a Demonstration field where farmers and dealers could see and use the machines for themselves.
participated in EIMA Agrimach organised by FICCI and Ministry of Agriculture held at Indian Agriculture Research Institute, Delhi from 5th to 7th Dec 2019. It is one of the largest Farm Mechanisation Trade fairs organised in India once every two year.
We displayed our newly launched range of products along with that was launched in 2016. has been welcomed in Himachal Pradesh in districts like Kullu, Lahaul, Mandi, and Solan for dry cultivation and light-weight applications.
partnered with Organic Mahotsav 2019 to reach out to Organic farmers all over the country. It was held from 29th November to 1st December 2019 at Shilpgram, Udaipur, Rajasthan organised by the Organic Farming Association of India (OFAI).
The convention aimed to promote organic farming and eductae farmers on tackling the day to day problems that they face in farming, while also proving a platform for the farmers to showcase their produce.
The University of Agriculture Sciences organized Krishi Mela 2019 from 24th to 27th October at the Gandhi Krishi Vignana Kendra (GKVK) campus, Hebbal.
There were about 700 stalls focussing on various aspects of farming and agriculture including demonstrations of cropping patterns suitable for dryland agriculture, rainwater and terrace water harvesting, sales of seeds, fertilizers, equipment, and books.
Dussehra is a special festival for the people of Kullu. Originating in the reign of King Jagat Singh in 1637, this festival brings people residing from all the hills to the Kullu valley to pay homage to the Goddess of hills Chamunda Devi.
Pubert India participated at the Kullu Dussehra Fair which has people visiting from all over Himachal and the neighboring states. The event was spread across from 8th Oct to 15th Oct 2019 at Dhalpur Maidan in the Kullu Valley.
Ever since our first machine was used in Himachal in Sept 2016, we have continued to see our network grow and relationships flourish between the farmers of Himachal and us.
Pubert India has signed an MOU with a Bhutan based company Depelden Sonam Thruelche Tshonglay for distribution and service of PUBERT Agricultural products in all 20 districts of Bhutan.
The MOU was signed between the companies on 3rd October 2019 in Thimpu by Mr. Abhinav Mishra, Managing Director (Pubert India) and Mr. Jigme Dorji (Director of Depelden Sonam Thruelche Tshonglay) in the presence of the honorable Agriculture Minister of Bhutan Mr. Yeshey Penjor; and Mr. Patrice Mazeron, Sales Director (Pubert France).
participated in the 11th AGRITECH Trade fair which was held at BIEC, Bangalore from 30th Aug to 1st Sept 2019. AgriTech India is one of India’s largest exhibition on agriculture, farm machinery, dairy, poultry, livestock equipment, and agri processing technologies.
Farmers and Dealers visited our stall from all over South India. Agriculture is the primary occupation of most of Karnataka’s rural residents which account for 49% of the state’s income. It was our pleasure to introduce them to our world-class French technology designed especially for farmers with small landholding (less than 1 Hectare).
As farmers and agricultural labourers, women contribute significantly to food security of the country, but they are paid 22 per cent less than their male counterparts, shows a report on agricultural statistics released by the Minister of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare. While wages of both male and female farmers increased in the last decade (2006-17), the wage disparity continues and the women farmers continue to earn less.
The wage gap was the highest during 2012-14 when women farmers received nearly 27 per cent less than the men during the period.
Anyone with experience gardening knows how hard it is to break ground for a new garden and properly mix and manage the soil over time. If your garden’s at all sizeable, it can be exhausting and hard on your back, especially as you get older. Tillers make the work much easier. They bring a good amount of power to the job and do most of the work for you, so you can get it done faster and without expending nearly as much energy.
Increased farm mechanization is expected to resolve some of the looming challenges faced by the Indian agricultural sector, such as labor shortage due to the migration of farm workers to urban areas to work in other developing sectors and inconsistent productivity of cultivable lands due to an over-reliance on the undependable monsoon rains. Farm machinery like tractors, tillers, diggers, reapers, harvesters and threshers can cut down on labor requirement, and advanced irrigation techniques can resolve crop irrigation concerns.