Solutions for a healthier,

sustainable future

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KisanKheti produces the most complete range of intermediate and final products, manufacturing simple and complex solid and liquid fertilizers. It makes fertilizer available to the farmer at doorstep at lower price.

About us

KisanKheti aims to solve two problems:

1.The low quality of food in groceries and supermarkets and the low income that farmers generate from their produce.

2.KisanKheti provide good quality of fertilizer to farmers at lower price.

KisanKheti connects farmers directly with retailers, skipping several steps – and middlemen – along the way. As a result, farmers are able to quickly sell and get up to 20 percent more revenue from their products, while retailers obtain high-quality produce at more competitive prices. The absence of middlemen also means products are now traceable to farmers, which benefits consumers in the long run.

Latest News about technology in farming


Aquaponics is a farming method that combines the benefits of aquaculture and hydroponics. A nitrifying bacteria convert the wastes that fish produce. They then serve as an organic nutrient source for the plants. The water passes through a hydroponic plant growing section for filtration then recirculated back in the fish tank for reuse. With a natural ecosystem that recycles water continuously, an aquaponics system uses 90% less water versus traditional farming. Additionally, the system is self-sustaining which requires low maintenance and zero pesticides, fertilizers or herbicides.

Aquaponics systems are sustainable and environment-friendly, as there are no toxic wastes and run-offs from chemicals. Ultimately, aquaponics systems can help urban food growers maximize food yield. This is possible by harvesting both fish for a protein source and fresh plant produce.

Agriculture Technology:

Modern farms and agricultural operations work far differently than those a few decades ago, primarily because of advancements in technology, including sensors, devices, machines, and information technology. Today’s agriculture routinely uses sophisticated technologies such as robots, temperature and moisture sensors, aerial images, and GPS technology. These advanced devices and precision agriculture and robotic systems allow businesses to be more profitable, efficient, safer, and more environmentally friendly.