How Fyllo Helps Farmers Increase Chilli Yields and Reduce Input Costs

Chilli farm

Chilli is a popular and versatile crop that is grown in many parts of the world. However, chilli farming can be challenging, as it is susceptible to a number of pests and diseases. This can lead to crop losses and financial hardship for farmers.

Fyllo is using technology to help farmers improve their chilli yields and reduce their costs. Fyllo’s flagship product is a sensor-based device that collects data on soil moisture, temperature, and other environmental factors. This data is then processed using proprietary algorithms to generate insights on crop health, irrigation needs, and pest infestation. Fyllo also offers a mobile app and web dashboard that farmers can use to access their data and insights.

Here are some of the ways that Fyllo can help farmers with chilli farming:

  • Prediction of diseases and pests: Fyllo’s data-driven insights can help farmers predict the occurrence of diseases and pests. This allows farmers to take preventive measures to protect their crops, such as spraying pesticides or applying fertilizers.
  • Reduced water usage: Fyllo can help farmers reduce their water usage by up to 30% by optimizing their irrigation practices. The device can track the moisture levels in the soil and send alerts to farmers when it is time to irrigate.
  • Improved crop quality: Fyllo can help farmers improve the quality of their crops by identifying and addressing pest infestations early on. This can help to prevent the spread of diseases and pests, which can damage the crops.
  • Increased profits: By improving their yields, water usage, and crop quality, farmers can increase their profits by up to 30%.

Fyllo has been used by farmers in 10+ states in India. The company has received positive feedback from farmers, who have reported that they have been able to save water, fertilizer, and pesticides by using Fyllo.

If you are a chilli farmer, Fyllo is a valuable tool that can help you improve your yields and reduce your costs. To learn more about Fyllo, visit their website at