Overview

Agriculture plays a crucial role in the Indian economy. Statistics suggest that close to 60 percent of the rural households in the country depend on agriculture for their means of livelihood. The sector not only provides employment opportunities to many but also contributes a major component to the annual GDP (Gross Domestic Product).

As per imarc, India currently stands as the world’s third largest agricultural producer by value. This has led to burgeoning opportunities in the sector and provided an ideal foil for our group to diversify our business.

Venturing in 2015, Quality Group set afoot into the fields of forestry and cultivation of commercial crops. Set in the district of Warangal, our fields implement the latest technologies and employ advanced techniques to reap better results in terms of quantity and quality of the produce. 

One-half of our agricultural lands are catered to the cultivation of Eucalyptus. These trees reach up to 25 feets to 40 feets in height and are widely found in many states of India.

Eucalyptus trees, which are also popularly known as the gum trees, serve a variety of purposes. While they are famed for their medicinal and herbal properties, the paper industry too, makes a large-scale use of the pulp extracted from them.

With the implementation of smart methods such as drip irrigation and use of the latest technologies, our farms have been producing the best output in the local markets in and around Warangal. Our methods have not only organised the whole way of the cultivation process but have also resulted in the minimal consumption of water and other valuable resources, thereby leading to sustainable development.

We believe that Eucalyptus plantation, which is a long-term process, would establish us a major supplier of raw material to the paper industry and grow further in the sector.

The other half of our agricultural lands are dedicated to the cultivation of commercial crops such as paddy, cotton, and maize. The variety of crop grown depends on the season and typically keeps changing for every 3-4 months.

Predominant cash crops such as paddy, maize, and cotton enjoy a high demand in the local markets. With the advent of scientific research and technology, farming methods are turning increasingly efficient and it is this use of the advanced techniques that are helping us supply quality produce to the market.

With the implementation of smart methods such as drip irrigation and use of the latest technologies, our farms have been producing the best output in the local markets in and around Warangal. Our methods have not only organised the whole way of the cultivation process but have also resulted in the minimal consumption of water and other valuable resources, thereby leading to sustainable development.

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