Agriculture cold storage help to minimize worst vegetable product's. It is help to small village firmer to store there vegetable long time fresh and get benefit village poor firmer. It's help to stop worst all vegetable.
Small-scale potato farmers benefit most from affordable communal cold storages. Their income and financial stability will increase. Due to proper storage, many other Indian will benefit as less potatoes go to waste. A potential 2.5 million metric tonnes can be saved in India, that should be enough to feed 15 million people potatoes for an entire year. As less food goes to waste, and storages will be solar-powered, the storages should have a positive environmental impact.
Most of this production comes from small-scale farmers. Other than most crops potatoes are grown in winter, providing much needed extra income for farmers. However, a short harvest period causes a great imbalance in supply and demand causing market prices to take a free fall. As a result, farmers make a very low return on their investment and an estimated 5 million mT of potatoes get wasted annually. A few months after harvest, demand starts to increase and the local market price for potatoes rises threefold.
When farming, harvesting, pre-processing and storage are done properly, potatoes can stay fresh for over half a year without quality loss. Yet, there’s a great lack of storages in India. The public and private storages that are available, charge high prices and fail to handle and cool the potatoes adequately. This leaves farmers with a dilemma: Sell their potatoes right after harvest against production price or pay a premium for unreliable storage.
So, It's help for all village firmer to store vegetable product's long time & get benefit firmer & It's help to reduce waste vegetable product's.