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The Current State of Indian Agriculture System

Indian Agriculture sector is changing the social-economic environments of population due to liberalization and globalization. About 75% people are living in rural areas and are still dependent on Agriculture. About 43% of India’s geographical area is used for agricultural activity. It provides about 65% of the livelihood, accounts for 27% of GDP, contributes 21% of total exports, and supplies raw materials to Industries; with growth rate in production at 5.7% and food grains production at 211.17 m. There was a time when small plots of land, cultivated by individual farmers who followed age-old methods, summed up the position of Indian agricultural system. Today, India is adopting state-of-the-art techniques and agriculture technologies,which has brought about a Green Revolution, resulting not only in self-sufficiency but also surplus production of food. Some technologies that are being used for Sustainable Agriculture Development in India include Biotechnology, Pre & post harvest…

Smart Farmer – Freshokartz Farmer

India, going through a technological transformation is a country that has adopted the latest technology for the betterment of society. The transformation effect can be seen in all walks of the society. Agriculture is no exception, where technology has done wonders to this sector, which is the bac

The Current State of Indian Agriculture System

Indian Agriculture sector is changing the social-economic environments of population due to liberalization and globalization. About 75% people are living in rural areas and are still dependent on Agriculture. About 43% of India’s geographical area is used for agricultural activity. It provides about 65% of the livelihood, accounts for 27% of GDP, contributes 21% of total exports, and supplies raw materials to Industries; with growth rate in production at 5.7% and food grains production at 211.17 m. There was a time when small plots of land, cultivated by individual farmers who followed age-old methods, summed up the position of Indian agricultural system. Today, India is adopting state-of-the-art techniques and agriculture technologies,which has brought about a Green Revolution, resulting not only in self-sufficiency but also surplus production of food. Some technologies that are being used for Sustainable Agriculture Development in India include Biotechnology, Pre & post harvest…
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