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Transport for Agriculture Product (Web Application)

D. Saranya, P. Ravi Shankar, S. Viswanth


Cultivators are forced to sell their crops directly to the market in this fast-growing system. To address this issue, the suggested system pooled transportation for farm produce to market. The goal of this system is to use the AGGREGATION method to lower the cost of internal transportation. For example, integrating agricultural products on the same route to the same destination can reduce costs. Improved transportation will encourage farmers to work harder in rural regions to enhance productivity, add value to their products, and reduce poverty levels in rural areas because it will be easier to get inputs and labor to farms, as well as products to makers and agro-allied industries.



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