Free Press Journal
  • Madhya Pradesh Agri-Revolution: The journey till date

    The first panel discussion ‘What made Madhya Pradesh’s agriculture programme succeed’ focused on the journey of Madhya Pradesh till now. This conversation was around the evolution of the state in agriculture and different factors that enabled the evolution. dignitaries that participated in this discussion included: (in alphabetical order) Rama Chari, head, Materials Science division, RRCAT; Narendra Dhandre, DGM, Netafim; D N Pathak, Executive director (Ed), SOPA; and

  • Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan addressing ‘MP’s glorious agri-revolution’ conference organised by the Free Press Group and in collaboration with MP agriculture department at Hotel Marriott in Indore on Sunday. Present on the dais (from left) are Free Press Group Managing Director JK Karnani, Indore Mayor Malini Gaud and NABARD CGM SK Bansal.

    FPJ Special! Shivraj Singh Chouhan, experts discuss Madhya Pradesh’s Agri-Revolution

    The Free Press Journal and in collaboration with Madhya Pradesh’s agriculture department organised a conference on MP’s glorious agri-revolution at Indore on Sunday evening. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan was the chief guest at the event.

    Indore Mayor Malini Gaud, NABARD CGM S K Bansal, Suhas Joshi (Head-Sustainability, Bayer group), Amit Vatsyayan, Partner at E&Y, Bharat Char (Head R&D at Mahyco), Amitabh Mohan (DGM, NABARD), Rajnikant Rai (CEO, ITC-Agri Business), Narendra Dhandre

  • SOPA estimates soya production at 44 lakh ton

    Indore : According to Satellite survey, the area under Soybean cultivation in Madhya Pradesh is 56.127 lakh hectares, as compared to Government’s figure of 59.062 lakh hectares. SOPA has estimated the production at 44 lakh ton which is 7.604 lakh ton less than the preceding year.

  • Nectar rain ensures survival of dying crops

    Indore : A spell of light rains started from Saturday morning is proving to be a nectar rain for the dying lakhs of hector crop of the entire Malwa and Nimar region. The chances of survival of the dying crops have ensured through the most awaited rains. Out of the total sowing of over 21 lakh hector in Indore Division (Malwa-Nimar), the 23 days long spell of dry have mitigated the crop