Machines are at the heart of next white revolution
Bengaluru-based IoT startup Stellapps is changing how milk is procured and sold by focusing on quality, not just volume
If one farmer gets a higher rating and returns from better grazing and care, it has a ripple effect on neighbours who want more income
A few years ago, mites, bugs, and root wilt disease began killing coconut trees in Kerala, a state named after those sturdy, versatile trees. It took a while for the farmers of Modampadi village to abandon their traditional crop and switch to an alternative—milk. By 2018, the village with about 50 farming families in Chittur taluk of Palakkad district was producing over 1,000 litres of milk every day.