Farmers’ son will have access to the world’s first indoor farming system, according to a recent report from The Next Big Futures.
It has been estimated that there are currently about 2,000,000 people living in rural areas, who are in the worst shape economically.
However, with indoor farming, they can cultivate crops at home.
The system is currently available for farmers in rural India.
The team at The NextBigFuture surveyed 3,000 farmers, including farmers in the agricultural and commercial sectors.
They found that nearly a third of the respondents said they have not yet experienced indoor farming at home, and another 27 percent had no experience at all.
This leaves just under 3 million farmers without the means to farm outdoors.
The researchers found that a quarter of the rural population lacks the tools to plant or grow their own crops.
For these farmers, indoor farming can offer them a new way to manage their farming and, in turn, boost productivity.
The new system is made up of two modules: a kitchen system, which helps farmers prepare their crops, and a small-scale field that will be used for growing their crops.
This is similar to a home garden in which you have access, through the kitchen, to your own garden, a home-based greenhouse that will also provide the necessary space for your plants to grow, and the ability to grow your own vegetables and fruits.
There is no centralised system for this, but the team say this will help reduce waste, as well as reducing pollution.
The main benefit of the system, however, is that it is self-sufficient, meaning you can easily return to your home for repairs if you are unable to grow food.
The report also found that rural households spend almost 30 percent more on their health than urban households.
“We believe that the next big challenge for rural farmers will be to make indoor farming affordable, affordable to rural households, and to provide better health outcomes to rural families,” said Dr. Prabhat Chatterjee, a member of the research team.
This means improving the health of rural households in the short and long term, and also providing an economic incentive for farmers to grow their crops outdoors.
A report released last year by the Global Alliance of Rural Economies, a think tank, also highlighted that the number of rural people living without access to electricity in India has been rising.
The authors of the report said this was the biggest challenge for farmers, but also an opportunity for the government.
The country has a population of around 13 million, which is more than twice that of urban areas.
In the year 2017, India recorded a rise of 6.8 percent in electricity usage, according the government’s own data.
While the government has been trying to reduce these spikes, it has been struggling to provide the basic infrastructure for rural households.
In 2018, the Government of India said that the electricity grid in India was in need of an overhaul, and said that there was no way for it to provide power to nearly one-fifth of the population.
This has been a problem for rural communities, who do not have access or access to modern electricity, which has meant that they have had to turn to traditional sources for their electricity.
The problem is that they do not get the best deals for their power, as they need to pay more for their water and electricity.
“Many farmers in these rural areas cannot afford to buy electricity from any electricity company.
Many farmers are not able to pay their bills, and many of them are not getting electricity at all,” said Chatterji.
This also means that they can not afford the high cost of energy to run their crops indoors, which makes the soil more acidic, which can lead to damage to their plants.
The environment, too, is a major problem for farmers.
As a result of the growing demand for farm inputs, the use of pesticides and herbicides is growing at a rapid pace.
In India, this is putting a strain on the environment, as these chemicals are also polluting groundwater, which means that the country is at risk of global climate change.
The government also has a number of other issues, such as a lack of infrastructure, lack of roads, and poor education, which are all issues that are plaguing the rural poor.
As the report states, the government needs to make sure that the agriculture sector has the infrastructure it needs to help it grow.
This could mean improving infrastructure, which in turn could lead to more people moving to agriculture, which would help in improving the livelihoods of the people in the country.