TNTD Agritech Project
Rajasthan & Gujarat - India
A pioneering privately funded global mega Agritech Development Project
aimed at
creating a Million Hectare Greenbelt in the deserts of Rajasthan and Gujarat, India,
in support of the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India’s spirited mission of More Crop, Per Drop

TNTD Agritech is a global group constituting leading agricultural organizations from Australia, USA, Europe, Japan, Israel and India including CNH Industrial New Holland Fiat India and some of the largest trading corporations of Japan along with their established Japanese associates, investment and agricultural technology organizations. The group is undertaking the TNTD Agritech Project in Rajasthan which is aimed at large-scale greening the deserts of Rajasthan and Gujarat.

The Project is planned to rapidly expand from the current 10 hectares to 1,000 hectares over a short period of 4 years from 2018 to 2021. A further49,000 hectare development is planned fromYears 3 to 10.  The Project has secured sufficient private lands for such an expansion. The estimated total investment cost in Stage 1 to develop 1,000 hectares is USD 12.0 million, and the estimated total investment cost for the 50,000 hectares (1,000 + 49,000 hectares) is USD 600,480,000.


CNH Industrial New Holland Fiat India are TNTD Agritech's long term strategic associates in addition to leading F&B corporations and retailers who are among TNTD Agritech's associates.

The Project is privately funded and involves intensive horticultural production in remote regions of the deserts of Rajasthan and Gujarat where currently few such crops are cultivated owing to highly brackish water and soil salinity found in these regions.


The TNTD Agritech Project envisages to produce up to 30 to 40 million tonnes per annum horticulture from 1 million acres of private land using cutting edge and environmentally sustainable water and soil treatment technologies throughout the agriculture supply chain of India, from lab to consumer, a comprehensive feat hitherto not attempted in India