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Arya .ag and Bayer collaborate to promote sustainable agriculture, one of India’s largest profitable agritech platform, has joined forces with Bayer CropScience, a well-known global leader in the life science fields of agriculture and healthcare, in a strategic collaboration that is aimed at promoting sustainable agriculture. Th i s partnership aims at optimizing resource utilization and delivering definable and economic benefits to all farmers, FPO, and other stakeholders involved in the food value chain. The partnership reflects the commitment of both companies to provide access to sustainable agriculture practices for farmers across India. The collaboration marks a significant milestone for both companies, and under the MoU, Arya. ag and Bayer CropScience will work together on several projects to achieve their sustainability goals. will offer its services to Bayer’s network of farmers through its e-market platforms in the identified territory, establishing a market linkage partnership between the two companies and benefitting farmers with better access to services.

Mr. Anand Chandra, Co-Founder, said that they were excited to partner with Bayer CropScience to promote sustainable agricultural practices to create a positive impact at the grassroots. This partnership would help them leverage their integrated grain commerce platform and enable access to customized advisory and financial services for farmers. Speaking on the partnership, Simon-Thorsten Wiebusch, Country Divisional Head – CropScience Division of Bayer for India, Bangladesh & Sri Lanka, said, that the Smallholder famers were an integral part of the agriculture system and advancements in farming played a key role in their growth. Through their partnership with, they aimed to bring the latest innovations and Agri-focused technology to smallholders across India while staying true to Bayer’s vision of ‘”. ‘Health for all, Hunger for none’.”


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