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India's agritech startups help modernize underused farmland

Data and AI play key roles in improving productivity and livelihoods

Indian farmers earn only slightly more than 10,000 rupees per month, less than the national average wage of 11,200 rupees.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Agricultural technology startups in India are driving the modernization of the country's outdated, fragmented and labor-intensive industry.

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