Agriculture in India

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India is an agricultural land. This is what we read in our geographical books when we were children and this is what we say now. Not that we haven't made any industrial progress in the forty years since independence. To create a country that cannot produce 'nuts and bolts', we have emerged as a country and started producing our own artificial products. But basically we will be agriculturalists. Fifty-five percent of the population is agricultural. And in terms of production we are somewhat controversial to be proud of. We are the world's number one sinner in rice and the number two product in the world. We are just next in tea in China and cotton in Egypt. And then on the ground, we're number one.

But within the first and second of many we are close enough to the food itself where there are none. To feed our millions of poor, who do not eat two square meals a day, we import year after year, wheat from the United States, rice from Burma, sugar from Indonesia and cotton from Egypt. One reason that is beyond dispute is the wasted mouth, although there are some that are not clear. Millions of tons of food are washed away by floods due to unscientific methods of protection and poor storage conditions, not deteriorating with the passage of time.

But for the early farming methods, it is our usual practice to blame the poor first. With a small patch of land that does not allow for enough tractor maneuvers, to buy expensive property without capital, not even to buy fertilizers and pesticides, without collective object facilities. How can they adapt themselves to modern conditions? His eyesight, lack of education and heavy anxiety keep him in a very distressing state, while he has a great revolution in front of his eyes. Which farmer wants to see his crops help drain his water? Or does she not like to use more crops if she can help provide extra supplies? Whether we accept it or not, agriculture is an industry and like every other industry, it requires capital. Poor farmers with unbearable holdings can never expect it. There may be auxiliary credit societies and rural banks. His ignorance prevented him from cutting red tape and getting timely help. No wonder at this time, the average production worldwide is less than one acre.

India is one of the most agricultural regions of the world. India - Gingee can be a simple, easy-to-eat food bowl in the world and can be eaten alone and completely. But, the water in its rivers is far from the sea and during the flood they wander in vast areas, kill livestock and people, destroy thousands of acres of standing crops, wash up village after village and finally I become the woe of the earth. General Chat Chat Lounge If we have a Bakra Nalal project, we do not know how to distribute water, to the satisfaction of every state, rather than following the path of distress and prosperity. It wasn't too long ago that the engineer had a major vision to link Kauai with Gauhaga - what he called the 'Ganga Cafe Project' and the statistics and calculations proved that this was possible.

Today, we do not know whether we should proceed with the construction of the Narmada Valley Project, which will probably turn many beautiful trenches into beautiful green belts. There are really big people, still arguing against and against it, even after spending millions on project work. It is not water management that we should learn, but its distribution management. By the end of the half century, Andhra Pradesh was allowed to use Krishna's surplus water at any rate in the Bay of Bengal, but the Karnataka government would not allow it. The reason for this million dollars is: "If you use it now, you will be tempted to use it tomorrow". It is the ultimate in regionalism. No wonder the people of the city of Madras sleep in the thirst for dry drinking water. Only one Bhagirath should bring Telugu Gauga to Madras.

There are now more than 175 million acres of boats and about 60 million acres that can be brought down. Even after the restoration of these vast areas, the country cannot attain the sovereignty of food, as the ancient methods used. They can even add 30 million tons, which are not enough to feed the growing mouth. Land reclamation cannot keep pace with the population growth rate, which is expected to suffer every forty years if they are not checked. So this hour needs to take a fresh look at the whole structure. There are not many who own at least 5 acres of land per family which is enough to feed all their mouths. It will become

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