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Handbook of agriculture in India

Contributor(s): Ray, Shovan [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi Oxford University Press 2007Description: xv, 231 p.ISBN: 9780195686739; 019568673X.Subject(s): Agriculture - India | Agriculture industries | Agricultural sciences | Economic geographyDDC classification: 338.954 Summary: "India's agricultural growth in the twentieth century has been low compared to that in other developing countries. However, there have been some important developments in the agricultural sector in this period. Famines have all but disappeared and there is now a food surplus. The Green Revolution too increased yield and productivity for certain crops in spThe state of Indian agriculture in relation to state and central economic policies and their impact on the economic and societal environment. "" The need to shift focus from Green Revolution areas to other regions and crops in the context of globalization and even distribution of the benefits achieved. "" Food security, not only at the national but also at the regional, household and group levels. "" Contemporary issues relating to poverty and agricultural subsidies. "" Emerging issue of the changing Agrarian system and rural urban linkages"
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"India's agricultural growth in the twentieth century has been low compared to that in other developing countries. However, there have been some important developments in the agricultural sector in this period. Famines have all but disappeared and there is now a food surplus. The Green Revolution too increased yield and productivity for certain crops in spThe state of Indian agriculture in relation to state and central economic policies and their impact on the economic and societal environment. "" The need to shift focus from Green Revolution areas to other regions and crops in the context of globalization and even distribution of the benefits achieved. "" Food security, not only at the national but also at the regional, household and group levels. "" Contemporary issues relating to poverty and agricultural subsidies. "" Emerging issue of the changing Agrarian system and rural urban linkages"

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