Climate change adaptation and agriculture

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Climate change (CC) is one of the most important global climate concerns. CC has a significant impact on the most dangerous community. Considering the characteristics, agriculture can be considered as one of the most affected sectors and thus more dangerous than climate change. The sensitivity and sensitivity of agriculture to the variation of seasonal parameters is responsible for the fact. Agriculture is a major contributor to the national GDD, translating into increased national economy sensitivity and climate change. In the context of India, 60% of the GDP is agriculture and about 60% of the population is concerned with the need for agro-systems and strategies for the agriculture sector and agriculture sector. Which is more dangerous than climate change, especially in semi-Fred areas.


Challenges: Semi-dry areas cause more adverse effects, especially in less climatic conditions. In the recent past, the Bundle family has faced severe dry years (five dry years over the last seven years). The hydrology was not dry last year but the delay was due to open good weather resulting in much of the Bundelkhand area. The frequency of drought in the region causes farmers to take extreme measures in desperation. Farmers are individually eating these animals in the fields as the delay will not give the crops anything in the situation.



Although farmers have faced these challenges, they have not yet realized that they are not unpredictable, but reflect the tendency to reduce rainfall and erratic character and these are more common occurrences in the future. Thus, not only does it need to identify strategies for combating climate change, but also the funny parts of being aware of climate change, and strategies for improving climate change. Ready to adapt. Risk and Correction:



There are many factors and areas for greenhouse gas emissions, as well as climate change. The agriculture sector is still uncertain.) Non-source sources of GGG, ii) the need and priority of high production to feed the ever-growing population. As mentioned above, climate change in the agricultural sector is also a very dangerous event that is involved in the vicious cycle. Inadequate agricultural practices lead to higher emissions of GHG, which in turn accelerates CC, resulting in lower yields. To compensate for this, whenever and wherever available in terms of fertilizers, water, etc., they want to give more resources to the farmers who are the main ingredient of inactivity in the farm sector. Impact of climate change and solutions:



The climate in the Bundelkhand region shows that after 25 years, rainfall is expected to decrease by 20% and the current crop yield may be reduced by 15%. Eliminating the shortage of every farmer's age is a major negative impact of these projects. Here are the expected facts after 20-25 years: • Low rainfall such as low availability of surface water o Ground water level deep o Low rainfall open agriculture • Small ownership • High input costs in agriculture Less profitable per unit of land • Higher risk of crop failure Higher estimates on low productions are based on existing crops and practices. Our adaptation strategy needs to focus on ways that can reduce or minimize the effects of unpredictable weather conditions. As:















• Low Water Requirement / Drought Resistance Crop / Crop Certification Needed
• No ground to reduce water loss in agriculture and irrigation of crops / plants
• Using improved methods for conserving applicable water, etc. Etc.
• Reduce input costs by appropriate application of inputs
• Various types of fuel and land use alternatives to promote and promote alternative models such as agricultural components or multi harvesting
• Alternative income sources / Options like crop insurance etc. come back. Where there is a way to approach and fight against climate change are two-sided; i) identify technical options and interventions, ii) inform the community and lead them to fight climate change. Helps. Identification of interference







Drought resistant varieties are available in various stakeholders. However, this option is not too much as the farmers are not aware of these varieties and the characteristics of these crops / crop varieties. These types have been promoted because they are an important tool that Trusted Pro can provide
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