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Introduction of Robotic Technology is Important in Farm Sector- MVS Nagi Reddy

Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy has been implementing several schemes for the welfare of farmers in the district.

Shivam Dwivedi
Farm robots are widely used in agriculture as they automate tasks that humans would normally perform
Farm robots are widely used in agriculture as they automate tasks that humans would normally perform

M V S Nagi Reddy, the vice-chairman of the Andhra Pradesh Agriculture Mission, stated that robotic technology is needed in the farm sector and that research is being conducted in the state. He also stated that the state government's goal is to provide farmers with a minimum support price (MSP) for crops grown on their land.

On Friday, he attended the Krishna district agriculture advisory committee meeting in Machilipatnam collectorate as the chief guest. In his remarks on occasion, he stated that for the past three and a half years, Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy has been implementing several schemes for the welfare of farmers in the district. He stated that the state government has credited Rs 85,000 crore into farmers' accounts.

Nagi Reddy stated that the government would likely purchase more paddy from farmers this year through the Rythu Bharosa Kendras than in previous years. "This year, the government may purchase approximately 45 lakh metric tonnes of paddy.

To assist farmers, the state government is covering transportation and weighing fees. Furthermore, it has been paying MSP on time to farmers who sell their yield in RBKs. He said the government had introduced the CM app to track crop production prices regularly.

Krishna district collector P Ranjith Basha stated that e-crop registrations had been completed 100% in the district and that crops totaling 4,39,274 acres had been registered on e-crop. The Rythu Bharosa Scheme benefited approximately 1.5 lakh farmers in the district to Rs 450 crore.

He added that the government contributed Rs 120 crores to the crop insurance scheme. Perni Venkatramaiah (Nani), Machilipatnam MLA, Pamarru MLA, agriculture scientist Chandra Sekhar Reddy, Krishna district agricultural advisory committee chairman Jannu Raghava Rao, agriculture joint director Manohar Rao, and others were present.

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