Meet the Top 5 Startups in India which Aim at Revamping the Agricultural Sector.
Crofarm is a farm-to-business supply chain startup which was founded in May 2016, by Varun Khurana and Prashant Jain. Based out of Gurgaon, Crofarm buys fresh fruits and vegetables directly from farmers and then supplies them to online and offline retailers. Their main aim is to make a supply chain that supports farmers and provides businesses with the freshest produce in the most efficient manner.
Ugaoo is a Mumbai based startup which aims to make gardening easier for the urban population through its unique platform that meets the gardening and farming needs. It was founded by Siddhant Bhalinge in December 2015. This startup aims to connect all individuals residing in urban and rural areas to come together and start growing for a healthier future and a greater cause towards the nation.
Agzon Agro is a Pune based company which was founded in the year 2015 by Hemant Ramhari Kalamkar, Ranjit Vasudev Kalamkar, Binu Joseph and Vishal Ratan. Agzon Agro strives to provide timely and consistent supply of best quality, technically advanced agri-input products to the farmers. The startup aims at providing reliable and cost-effective solution for the nutritional requirement of a plant.
Ravgo is India’s first agri-equipment rental marketplace, where you can rent Agricultural Equipment and other Machines. It was founded by Vikas Goyal and Ashish Gautam in December 2015. Ravgo aims at solving the farm mechanization problem among the Indian farmers. Through Ravgo, farmers can get access to agriculture services and superior farming technologies at affordable costs without the hassle of ownership.
Triton Foodworks was started in September 2014 by three friends, Deepak Kukreja, Dhruv Khanna and Ullas Samrat. It is the Leading producer of premium quality, pesticide-free, hydroponically grown fruits and vegetables. They grow plants without making use of soil and the company has managed to build and operate over 150,000 sq. ft. of greenhouses across India. Their hydroponics systems use up to 80% less water than the conventional farming methods.