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    Post Anant Bansode - Raising finance for agriculture projects

    You are invited to attend a webinar (live discussion) on Raising bank finance for agriculture projects by Anant Bansode of Agrifin Solutions, Nasik

    To know more about Anant Bansode follow the link below.

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    In this live discussion you will be able to ask questions related to raising finance for your agriculture projects.

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    sir, I am a engineering 3rd year student and very much inrested in doing green house farming . Please suggest me how to raise funds for it and many are saying that it is very costly and not much suitable in andhra pradesh. I don't even have land for cultivating suggest me any Angle investors....

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    sir, I am based in Rajasthan. want to work on hightech farming. land it self is very cosrtly. how i can get finance to buy the land. interested to grow fruit plants, how project will serviaval for three to four years till crop matured.

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    Hi,

    Thanks for attending the webinar. It was nice interacting with the participants.

    I am also thankful to webinar coordinator, Rajani, for providing me opportunity to share my knowledge.

    I could not save e mail IDs of some of the participants and contact requests from the chat session.

    You may post your questions on this forum or may send me pm.

    Please visit my website AGRIFIN SOLUTIONS and leave your message and contact details in contact form.

    It will enable me to contact the participants who have requested some information from me.
    Anant Bansode
    Managing Partner
    Agrifin Solutions
    Integrated Agribusiness Advisory Service
    Call: +91 7507700055
    Visit: www.agrifin.co.in
    Mail: anant.bansode@agrifin.co.in

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    Hi manisharan,

    Greenhouse farming is definately a costly affair that too when you dont have land which is most important resource for farming.

    It is better to join hands with land owners who are having interest in greenhouse farming. This will give you comfort and experience in the activity and will minimize the losses, if any.

    You can raise bank finance for the activity with support of government subsidies.

    Approaching angel investors if you are not having expertise and experience may not be a good idea as it will be difficult for the investors to understand business model.
    Anant Bansode
    Managing Partner
    Agrifin Solutions
    Integrated Agribusiness Advisory Service
    Call: +91 7507700055
    Visit: www.agrifin.co.in
    Mail: anant.bansode@agrifin.co.in

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    Hi smcipl,

    It is almost impossible to get bank finance for land purchase. You need to purchase land with your own funds or you can approach a land holder to join hands.

    If you are planning to go for fruit plantation where the first economic yield will come after 3-4 years, you may go for inter-cropping of vegetables, food cops or other short durational crops, you can have enough income to sustain the project during this period.
    Anant Bansode
    Managing Partner
    Agrifin Solutions
    Integrated Agribusiness Advisory Service
    Call: +91 7507700055
    Visit: www.agrifin.co.in
    Mail: anant.bansode@agrifin.co.in

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    Here is a recording of the presentation for those who could not attend

    Last edited by educationteam; May 16th, 2013 at 11:30 PM.

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