• The government’s plan to install sensors in farms to track the use of water, fertilizers, chemicals and pesticides and to promote smart farming. The sensors will send signals to farmers about the optimal amount of inputs required for their crops, which will help them save costs, improve soil health, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  • The article also mentions that the government has recently approved a scheme to provide drones to women self-help groups for spraying fertilizers and pesticides.

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