Soil Health Card Mobile App has been launched for the farmers for providing them an information and knowledge about nutrients and fertilisers of soil and how can they improve the quality and health of soil so that they can get the better outcomes. Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh joined the World Soil Day in Jhajjar, Haryana and during the occasion he launched (Soil Health Card) SHC mobile app for farmers.
The objective of launching Soil Health Card app is to provide information about the Soil Health to 120 million farm holdings in the country. The Soil Health Card scheme was launched in February 2015 in Rajasthan and every years the government of India celebrates, Soil Health Day on 5 December.
Soil Health Card Mobile App Download
Farmers who are wiling to improve the health of soil through the official government tips, they can download the soil health card app from google play store and SHC scheme’s official website, www.soilhealth.dac.gov.in.
- To download Soil Health Card android mobile app, visit the National Portal of the Soil Health Card at www.soilhealth.dac.gov.in
- Home page of SHC scheme will be appeared on the screen.
- Now scroll down the page and go to download section at the bottom of the page.
- Click at “Mobile app” link.
- After a click the app will start downloading. Install the app in your mobile and use it to for Sample registration, Test Result entry and SHC generation etc.
If you face any kind of problem in using the app, you can download the user manual of SHC Mobile App using the link below.
The app will benefit field-level workers as it will automatically capture GIS coordinates while registering sample details at the time of sample collection in the field and indicate the location from where the sample has been collected. This app works like other Geotagging apps developed for the Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana. The app contains farmers’ details including name, Aadhaar card number, mobile number, gender, address, crop details, etc.
In the first phase (2015-17), the government has distributed about 100 million SHCs and the aim of the Ministry is to provide SHC to all 120 million farm holdings by December, 2017. The second phase began on May 1, 2017, and will continue for the year 2017 to 2019.