Farming is labour oriented, no matter what latest technologies you have, you still need the labour.
Lets take two modern day examples,
open Field traditional farming scenario- we grow wheat, rice, moong, etc in our open field. we have all the latest technologies which includes, 55HP and 75hp tractors+ its implements, power sprayers, drip system etc.
but for wheat we cannot use drip, we have to go for traditional sprinkler irrigation for which we require at least two labour in each submersible for shifting the lines, a bore-well irrigates 20 acre of land, we cultivate 350 acre every year which has 18 bore wells
2 people each so that means 40 labour in that farm continuously for the whole year, then we have managers, watchman, tractor driver etc. point is that you cannot do farming without labour. I don’t know about other places but surely in my region their is a huge crises of man power.
polyhouse protected cultivation- it has foggers, drip, venturi for fertilizers etc. but still you need people to plant, you need people to spray insecticides/pesticides, reiki, harvest, pack etc.
you need man power everywhere.
due to govt. policies and many different reasons, their is no manpower available in this region.
If you are in the same stage, how are you coping up with this
How you manage them ?
lets share and learn