Agricultural productivity in India is amongst the lowest in the world mainly due to severe land degradation, and unsustainable agricultural practices – with rainfed parts of India being far less productive than irrigated parts.
280 million rural Indians live in abject poverty
Inadequate quality agri-inputs for the small & marginalized farming community
Unsustainable agricultural practices impacting produce
Land degradation and unsustainable agriculture practices have led to a loss of productivity which is the main root cause of rural poverty. Agriculture land area versus productivity in India is amongst the lowest in the world.
India’s farmers rely on rain-fed agriculture
Good Agriculture Practices Adoption in India
Adulteration in Agri input last mile
India’s farmers own less than 2 hectares of land
Gross cropped area in India are under rain-fed farming
Empowering farmers with sustainable & precise farming practices for higher yield & income
Gramik’s Peer Partner Program has been creating employment opportunities in rural India
Promoting regenerative farming practices to conserve Soil erosion, water usage etc.
Gramik has built a community of 550+ women who are either farmers, homemakers or women labourers across Uttar Pradesh & Maharashtra
Reduction in water
usage for irrigation
Agri-input B2B e-commerce faces challenges due to limited access to technology and low awareness of e-commerce among rural businesses. Logistics and delivery in rural areas can also pose difficulties, making it hard for businesses to reach customers efficiently and cost-effectively.
Gramik addresses these challenges by leveraging technology to help distributors and retailers liquidate slow-moving stock and increase their reach through our platform. Our R&D team uses data on crop patterns and regional dynamics to predict which products will be in demand in different areas and showcases them accordingly.