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Posted On 11/03/2024 in Agriculture Services , Logistics & Supply Chain

Minimum Support Price (MSP)

Minimum Support Price is the minimum price set by the government for a list of agricultural products. Macro-economic variables, & micro-level data are considered by the Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices (CACP) to recommend MSP.

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Posted On 04/03/2024 in Better, By , Texmo Industries & Taro Pumps

We Work. Together.

Our culture of strength is about treating people with respect & civility. This approach to inclusivity helps us collaborate more efficiently. It helps harness diverse skillsets more effectively and gets the teams to perform productively.

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Women picking tea leaves

Posted On 26/02/2024 in Soil & Water

Geographical Indication Tags in India

There is a lot of interesting stuff happening in the realm of Geographical Indications or GI tags when it comes to agricultural products in India. Mangos, rice, tea, and even henna (or mehndi) have helped put India on the GI map.

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Posted On 19/02/2024 in Better, By , Texmo Industries & Taro Pumps

Better, by Culture

There is no doubt that corporate culture is a sine qua non for every company that wants to stay the course, like we do! Our core values guide us and help make the right decisions. And culture is an enabler for all our initiatives.

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Lab technician putting soil in a testube

Posted On 12/02/2024 in Soil & Water

What Is Soil Science?

Soil science studies how soil is formed, its properties, & management. Classifying soil types, their biological properties, fertility of soil, & even how it interacts with living things including plants – all of it is soil science.

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