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Gencrest VP Satish Tiwari Ignites Agricultural Innovation and Sustainability Dialogue at Krishi Jagran

Satish Tiwari, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Gencrest, advocates for sustainable agriculture, highlights the role of AI in farming and promotes crop diversification during a visit to Krishi Jagran.

Shivangi Rai
Gencrest VP Satish Tiwari with Krishi Jagran Team. (Image Courtesy- Krishi Jagran)
Gencrest VP Satish Tiwari with Krishi Jagran Team. (Image Courtesy- Krishi Jagran)

Satish Tiwari, the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Gencrest, paid a visit to Krishi Jagran, where he shared valuable insights on natural and sustainable bio-technological solutions in agriculture with the team in KJ Chaupal.

MC Dominic, the Editor-in-Chief of Krishi Jagran, extended a warm welcome to Tiwari. During his visit, Satish Tiwari had the opportunity to tour the office and engage in discussions with the team. His presence and interaction provided an enriching experience for the Krishi Jagran team, fostering knowledge exchange and collaboration in the realm of agriculture and from sustainable fibres to bioethanol.

In a recent interview and while addressing KJ Chaupal, Satish Tiwari, the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Gencrest, emphasized the global importance of sustainable agriculture. Tiwari acknowledged the challenges faced by farmers, especially in India, where marginal farming often leads to unprofitable outcomes for entire families dependent on it.

Satish Tiwari while addressing the KJ Chaupal.
Satish Tiwari while addressing the KJ Chaupal.

Tiwari highlighted the growing role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in various sectors, including agriculture. He stressed that AI is becoming increasingly vital in fields such as medicine, security, and various other segments, likewise in agriculture also. Tiwari discussed AI's potential in disease forecasting, weed management, and pest control, indicating its promising future in agriculture and its immense benefits for farmers.

Furthermore, in line with the 2023 designation as the International Year of Millets, he encouraged farmers not to limit themselves to traditional crops like wheat, pulses, and paddy. He advised them to diversify by cultivating millets, emphasizing their advantages, including lower agricultural inputs and the potential for precision farming. By doing so, farmers can improve their yields and fetch higher prices for their produce.

Satish Tiwari's insights shed light on the evolving landscape of sustainable agriculture, the role of AI, and the importance of crop diversification in India, offering valuable guidance to the farming community.

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