Present state of Paddy Production

Globally, many countries have low productivity and quality of yield. The average productivity of rice in the world is 4.6 tonnes/ha wherein the highest productivity of 6.8 tonnes/ha could be achieved by technological

Paddy cultivation consumes 85% of the water used in agriculture.

Paddy rice cultivation generates 20% of methane gas emissions worldwide.

Paddy cultivation is also estimated to emit greenhouse gases of 500 million tons per year.

Moisture stress at active tillering phase results in 30% yield reduction and in reproductive phase almost 50 – 60% yield reduction is noticed.

How cultYvate optimizes Paddy Production

cultYvate’s smart advisory system is designed to automate alternate wet and dry method in paddy farms and hence water-saving up to 500 litres of water per kilogram of rice

Our smart irrigation systems also help farmers to deploy the SRI method of cultivation by automating the drip irrigation system in a paddy field

Smart Systems helps in protecting plants against pests/diseases with a 70% reduction in pest incidence.

These 2 systems for paddy has been deployed to increase paddy yield by 52% which also reduces methane emission by 73 %.

Cost of production is decreased by 24% and farmers have gained 59% increase in their net income.