Agriculture

Crystal makes strong presence at UAS-Bangalore Krishi Mela

During closing ceremony function, Crystal Crop Protection was honoured by ‘Best Stall in Agri- input Category’ in Krishi Mela

Crystal makes strong presence at UAS-Bangalore Krishi Mela

After its show at the 9th Agrovision in Nagpur last week, Crystal Crop Protection, a leading agrochemicals company, repeated its performance at University of Agriculture Sciences’ Krishi Mela in Bangalore. The agro-products manufacturer participated actively in the farmers’ meet held between 16th – 19th November 2017 at the GKVK Campus in the city. The fair was organised by the University of Agriculture Sciences, Bangalore, in collaboration with the government and private and public-sector units. The state Governor and the Agriculture Minister of Karnataka participated in the opening ceremony. During four days of the event 12.5 lakh farmers from Karnataka and surrounding states participated.

Crystal registered a strong presence at the Krishi Mela with a host of activities organised for the farmers. The Crystal stall drew crowds of farmers who benefited from ‘Seed to harvest solution’ provided by Crystal’s representatives, who apprised them of the latest technology and innovations in the field. During closing ceremony function, Crystal Crop Protection was honoured by ‘Best Stall in Agri- input Category’ in Krishi Mela. On behalf of Crystal, Stall-in-charge PK Pandey and L Giridhar received the prize from Veerappa Moili, former Chief Minister of Karnataka.

Speaking of Crystal’s participation in the event, Ankur Aggarwal, Managing Director, Crystal Crop Protection said, “Keeping up our tradition, we held the Crystal flag flying high at the Krishi Mela. This is part of Crystal’s initiative to keep in touch with farmers and help them with farming solutions to maximise their yield and profit. Through such participation we introduce farmers to new products and share good farming practices and other useful information with them. They are told about correct and judicious use of plant protection agrochemicals, proper and balanced use of fertilisers, and proper seed treatment methods.”

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