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Nashik: CM Eknath Shinde to Kickstart Krishithon 2022 on Nov 24

Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde will inaugurate the Krishithon 2022 in Nashik this Thursday. After a duration of two-years, the 18th edition of the five-day exhibition will be held at Thakker's Dome, near ABB Circle along Trimbak Road.

Yash Saxena
Krishithon 2022 will start from November 24
Krishithon 2022 will start from November 24

Krishithon is India's largest agricultural community gathering. This International Agriculture Exhibition attracts thousands of farmers from across the world each year, who come to learn about new agricultural products and services. The 15th edition will be the pinnacle of agricultural technology and innovation.

More than 300 agriculture companies will showcase their innovation and ideas at the event. Needless to say, Krishithon, as always, represents a fantastic opportunity for growth for manufacturers, traders, farmers, and anyone else involved in the farming sector.

Key highlights of the event-

  1. Trade Fair

  2. Agriculture Mechanization Show

  3. National & International Participation

  4. Seminars and Conferences

  5. Agri B2B Meets

The event's organizer, Sanjay Nayaharkar, while addressing the media stated that the expo will focus on new farming technologies being used around the world, as well as the felicitation of young farmers and seminars on a variety of issues.

"Around 300 stalls will display agricultural inputs, machinery, and advanced farming technologies. Workshops and seminars have been organized to inform farmers about various agricultural research, farmer experiments, and new technologies," he added.

"Our goal is to bring advanced agricultural technology and research to farmers in order to help them make farming profitable. We've organized grape and pomegranate seminars to help farmers during the expo," he said. Around 15 lakh people from across the country are expected to attend the expo this year.

Why Nashik?

Krishithon and Nashik are two sides of the same coin in terms of agriculture. Nashik is the wine capital of India and the Agricultural capital of Maharashtra. In India, Nashik is famous for its grapes, onions, fresh vegetables, and pomegranates. The city also takes pride in having the best infrastructure. Nashik has also become a popular industrial destination due to its rail, road, and air connectivity.

Further, the proposed projects of Golden Quadrangle, Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor, Samruddhi Expressway, and Dry Port will propel Nashik to new heights.

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