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Nano Ganesh is a product which allows farmers to use mobile phones to remotely monitor and switch on irrigation pumps used for watering crops in remote locations. The application was developed by Ossian Agro Automation in Pune, India, and works in conjunction with Tata Teleservices phones. Its development began in 1996 by Santosh Ostwal, an Ossian Agro engineer and son of a farmer. Approximately 5,000 farmers in Maharashtra state have been using Nano Ganesh since 2008. As of mid-2009 it is being tested in Anand district in the Indian state of Gujarat. The device can be attached to any existing electrical starter and motor pump.

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  • Nano Ganesh is a product which allows farmers to use mobile phones to remotely monitor and switch on irrigation pumps used for watering crops in remote locations. The application was developed by Ossian Agro Automation in Pune, India, and works in conjunction with Tata Teleservices phones. Its development began in 1996 by Santosh Ostwal, an Ossian Agro engineer and son of a farmer. Approximately 5,000 farmers in Maharashtra state have been using Nano Ganesh since 2008. As of mid-2009 it is being tested in Anand district in the Indian state of Gujarat. The device can be attached to any existing electrical starter and motor pump.
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  • Nano Ganesh is a product which allows farmers to use mobile phones to remotely monitor and switch on irrigation pumps used for watering crops in remote locations. The application was developed by Ossian Agro Automation in Pune, India, and works in conjunction with Tata Teleservices phones. Its development began in 1996 by Santosh Ostwal, an Ossian Agro engineer and son of a farmer. Approximately 5,000 farmers in Maharashtra state have been using Nano Ganesh since 2008. As of mid-2009 it is being tested in Anand district in the Indian state of Gujarat. The device can be attached to any existing electrical starter and motor pump.
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