Speech and hand gesture are promising tool to convey information to illiterate or semiliterate users through non-text user interfaces. This paper describes the challenges that marginal farmers in India face for interaction with machine. The modularity seems to be trustworthy for farmers to adapt their practices by means of speech and hand gesture interaction at economic cost. Intelligent and adaptive interface build the bridge between farmer and machine for taking decision regarding strategies, harvesting and economical fluctuations. The objective of the paper is to enhance the control and productivity of small acreage cultivation through the development and dissemination of prototype interface module.