U.S firm partners with Indian foundation to benefit farmers in India

The first project called the Guar(cluster bean) project involved 250 farmers from 10 villages in Sriganganagar, Rajasthan.

U.S firm partners with Indian foundation to benefit farmers in India
Source - Sehgal Foundation

Delaware-based chemical company, Ashland Global Holdings Inc. announced its partnership with India’s SM Sehgal Foundation as part of its “Responsible Solvers” program, which aims to solve specific communities' and cultures' pressing issues to create a better tomorrow.

The first project called the Guar(cluster bean) project involved 250 farmers from 10 villages in Sriganganagar, Rajasthan. The farmers were trained to use water efficiently and incorporate more sustainable farming practices to solve their problem of agriculture and water management.