Consultancy Project Profiles

1. Introduction

1.1 Sustainable crop production depends much on good soil health. Soil health maintenance warrants optimum combination of organic and inorganic components of the soil. Repeated use of chemical fertilizers destroys soil biota. In nature, there are a number of useful soil micro organisms which can help plants to absorb nutrients. Their utility can be enhanced with human intervention by selecting efficient organisms, culturing them and adding them to soils directly or through seeds. The cultured micro organisms packed in some carrier material for easy application in the field are called bio-fertilisers.

1.2 Bio-fertilisers are living microorganisms of bacterial, fungal and algal origin. Their mode of action differs and can be applied alone or in combination. By systematic research, efficient strains are identified to suit to given soil and climatic conditions. Such strains have to be mass multiplied in laboratory and distributed to farmers. They are packed in carrier materials like peat, lignite powder in such a way that they will have sufficient shelf life. The list of commonly produced bio-fertilizers in our country is given in Annexure1.

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1. Introduction
1.1 Pest problem is one of the major constraints for achieving higher production in agriculture crops. India loses about 30% of its crops due to pests and diseases each year. The damage due to these is estimated to be Rs.60,000 crores annually. The use of pesticides in crop protection has certainly contributed for minimising yield losses. The pesticides, which are needed to be applied carefully, only when the threshold limits of the pest population is exceeded. However, quite often the indiscriminate and unscientific use of pesticides has led to many problems, such as pests developing resistance, resurgence of once minor pest into a major problem besides environmental and food safety hazards.

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1. Introduction

1.1 India is the largest producer of fruits and second largest producer of vegetables in the world. In the absence of a cold storage and related cold chain facilities, the farmers are being forced to sell their produce immediately after harvest which results in glut situations and low price realization. Sometime farmers do not even get their harvesting and transportation costs what to talk of the cost of production or profit. As a result, our production is not getting stabilized and the farmers after burning fingers in one crop switch over to another crop in the subsequent year and the vicious cycle continues. Our farmers continue to remain poor even though they take risk of cultivating high value fruits and vegetable crops year after year. A cold storage facility accessible to them will go a long way in removing the risk of distress sale to ensure better returns. This document endeavors to provide information on various broad technical and financial aspects of a cold storage unit to enable the financing banks and entrepreneurs in formulation and implementation such projects.

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1. Introduction

Plant tissue culture or micropropagation technology has made invaluable contribution to agriculture by enabling the production of disease free, quality planting material of commercial plants and fruit trees, throughout the year.  It is a technique for in-vitro growth of plantlets from any part of the plant in a suitable nutrient medium under controlled aseptic conditions.

Commercial tissue culture industry is in existence globally since the last 25 years. However, in India, plant tissue culture industry started about 15 years back and is revolutionizing the commercial agriculture sector by enabling mass propagation of quality planting material.

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1. Introduction

Wine is fermented grape juice. Wine can be made from grapes, fruits, berries etc. Most wine, though, is made from grapes. And no matter what the wine is made from, there must be fermentation, that is, that sugar be transformed into alcohol. If the amount of alcohol is relatively low, the result is wine. If it is high, the result is “distilled liquor,” like gin or vodka.

Red wine result when the crushed grape skin pulp and seeds of purple or red varieties are allowed to remain with juice during fermentation periods. Pink / rose wine can be produced by removing the non-juice pumace from the must during fermentation. White wines can be made from pigmented grapes by removal of skins, pulp and seeds before juice fermentation.

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1  Mr. Ajit P. Soman Pune Futuretech Foods India Pvt. Ltd.202, Phatak Park Apts., Behind RankaJewellers,Karve Road, Pune – 411 029 Food Processing : Vacuum Fried & Vegetable Chips 15 Product is ready to introduce in market , Ready to eat vacuum fried chip product in market
2  Dr. Sandeep P. Nikam Pune ZeFi Biotech,C-2, 403, Shivaranjan Towers, Someshwarwadi, Off Baner Road, Pune – 411 045. Advanced Biotechnology : Zebrafish Model 7 Automated sample holder system for zebrafish screening Prototype manufactured and trying to resolved the operational issues
3  Mr. ChitrankBapat Pune Fabtech Technologies International Pvt. Ltd.Fablife, 208, 21, Harmony, 759/21, Lane No.4B,D.B.Deodhar Road, Deccan Gymkhana, Pune – 411 004 Production of Tetanus Vaccine using Animal Free base medium 17 Formulation of animal free base medium for vaccine manufacturing Achieved the yield of 60 – 80 LF / mL. Tetanus toxoid produced from meat free media is under animal testing at National Toxicology Centre, Pune.
4  Dr. S. B. Pandit Pune ArushiSpeciality Chemicals Pvt. Ltd. “Shreeprasad”, Bunglow No.4, ShyamsunderSociety,NaviPeth, Pune – 411 030. Amphoteric products for Leather Kelsoft AMP 10 Manufacturing of Amphoteric softener for leather industry Kelsoft AMP 30,Product is fully developed.
5  Mr. Rajendra V. Ladkat, Pune FreezCool,Shop No.1 & 2, Akash Building,396, KasbaPeth, Pune 411 011. Hot & Cold Storage 11.5 Hot and cold storage unit manufacturing technology is under Testing and trail of Developed Hot and Cold unit in summer,winter.
6  Ms. Jyotsna Ravi Gokhale Pune B-4, 305, PS Villa, Pune Solapur Road, Near Manjri Stud Farm, Pune Production of Microbial Pectinase using EichhorniaCrassipes 5 Working on different processes like media standardization, temperature etc to increase yield.
7  Dr. Mahesh Kshirsagar, Shrirampur TrimurtiAyurherbal Pvt. Ltd.Ward no.6 ShivajinagarNewasa road, Shrirampur Pin-413709 Nano-technology in Ayurveda 14 Trimurtiayuherbalpvt ltd have FDA approved Suvarnaprash product in dropper bottle ready for market also got the   FDA approval for churn , tablet , oil, capsule vale sections.
8 ShahsankWagh Pune Keshava ventures, 1002, city crown, sr. no 1/11, CTS 432(part), near Karve statue, Karve Road, Pune- 411038 Ice rink manufacturing with Aluminium Groove base 15 Ice rinks with innovative solution to bring freezing time for ice skating system,Ice rinks are manufactured as per the innovation basis and ready for commercialization.

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