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Khaity Technologies Launches AI-Powered Farmer Advisory App to Boost Pakistan’s Agriculture

Islamabad – Agriculture tech startup Khaity Technologies has introduced Pakistan’s first AI-powered Kissan Bot app, offering personalized expert advice to farmers seeking to enhance productivity.

The advisory app serves as a virtual assistant providing crop recommendations, pest control, yield forecasting and other data-driven guidance to users. Khaity aims to leverage technology to unlock the potential of Pakistan’s agriculture sector.

Founded in 2020, the agri-tech firm offers a suite of digital services like farm advisory, sales facilitation for farmers and input procurement via its flagship Khaity app. The latest Kissan Bot furthers its mission to maximize farmer earnings and improve supply chain efficiency.

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Khaity co-founder Ahmad Khan said, “Our focus is on uplifting small farmers with data-driven solutions that optimize crop quality and income. The AI assistant will provide customized advisory and actionable insights even to less tech-savvy growers.”

With agriculture the backbone of Pakistan’s economy, startups like Khaity are driving innovation in the sector by using emerging technologies. The Kissan Bot exemplifies how digital transformation can empower farmers and boost productivity.

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