The services offered by ARC-NRE can be divided in the following broad categories:

  • ​Research services; 

  • Analytical services; 

  • Advisory services; 

  • Training services; and 

  • Consultancy services.

These broad divisional services can be further broken down into the following specific services:

  • ​Professional design of farming Infrastructure and construction supervision; 

  • Agriculture-related mentorship and training; 

  • Conservation s​griculture planning and mechanisation; 

  • Irrigation designing and construction supervision; 

  • Feasibility studies and energy planning; 

  • Project and research management; 

  • Developing weather/climate products and services together with stakeholders and clients to meet their specific requirements; 

  • Disseminating weather/climate data, products and services via multiple platforms; 

  • Training on: 

    • ​​CSA and CA technologies, 

    • Irrigation planning and rehabilitation, and 

    • Training of small scale irrigation technologies. 

  • ​Wetland and peatland ecosystem services; 

  • Climate-smart technologies for water conservation; 

  • Peatland rehabilitation: 

    • ​​​Water quality assessment and recommendation, and 

    • Toxicity testing. 

  • ​​Land Use Planning & Advisory Services:  

    • ​​​​Crop Suitab​​ility, 

    • Environmental Impact Assessment, and 

    • Training Courses. 

  • ​Soil Protection/Rehabilitation/Conservation: 

    • Mine soil rehabilitation,

    • Erosion control, and

    • Soil carbon enhancement.

  • ​ Soil/Crop Interactions

    • Climate Smart Agriculture (crops, practices and technologies), and

    • Conservation Agriculture.

  • ​​​Analytical Services & Soil Microbiology

    • Soil, Water and Plant Analysis, and

    • Environmental Microbiology.

  • Testing and evaluation of irrigation equipment in laboratories and under field conditions;  ​​

  • Renewable energy testing facility (methane potential testing laboratory); 

  • Testing and evaluation of agricultural equipment and implements in laboratories and under field conditions; 

  • Product technology research and development; 

  • Compilation of publications and manuals; 

  • Agricultural engineering feasibility studies; 

  • Engineering advice and training; 

  • Mechanisation training on implements and equipment; and ​

  • Prototype development.