Mr. Mansoor Pathan
Yavatmal, Maharashtra.
Type of crop : Soybean
Total Field Area : 1.5 acres
Mansoor Jumma Pathan is a young farmer from Krishnapur. He has been farming for last 15 days. Initially, he was working on his dryland farming but later on he converted it into a horticultural one by availing a well in his land.
Mr. Pathan has been cultivating Soyabean JS335 crops as cash crops over a land of 1 to 1.5 acres. It used to incur an expenditure of Rs. 12,000 to 13,000 per acre. He used to get an average yield of about 8 to 8.5 quintals.

However, he was irritated with the various the insects hollowing the pods from within and the famous tambera disease. It was reducing his yield every year. The soyabean grains size was shrinking and they also started developing spots over them. He used to get a market rate of Rs. 3800 to Rs 4000 per quintal for the same.
Comparison between Previous soyabean crop and Biofit soyabean crop-
Previous soyabean crop:
  • Cost per 1 acre: Rs. 12,500
  • Average yield: 8 quintals
  • The Selling Rate: Rs. 3800/ per quintal
  • Total income: Rs. 30,400
  • Net Profits per acre: Rs 17,900
Biofit soyabean crop:
  • Cost per 1 acre: Rs. 13500
  • Average yield: 10.5 quintals
  • The Selling Rate: Rs. 4200/ per quintal
  • Total income: Rs. 44,100
  • Net Profits per acre: Rs 30,600
Mr. Pathan, during his recent Kharif crops started using Biofit products along with the traditional farming practices. He sprayed Biofit Stimrich, Bio-99 & Biofit SHET products during the initial growth stages of the crops for 3 days. As a result he started witnessing the difference in the growth.

The crops had more branches, leaves and flowers. He sprayed Biofit Wrap up for 2 times during the flowering stage with an interval of 20 days to increase the immunity of the crops. It helped him prevent the tambera disease. The current soyabean pods are quite full with bigger grains. He has yielded about 10.5 quintal soyabean crop from the same land.