Agriculture

URBAN FARMING: AN INITIATIVE FOR FOOD SECURITY

Even after living or residing in a city, a person can start his or her business in agriculture industry and it is sustainable also. The business will provide food into the busy and populated areas and cities. Urban Farming. WHAT IS URBAN FARMING? In simple terms Urban farming is the […]

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Drip Irrigation System

Micro Irrigation has gained attention during recent years because of its potential to increase yields and decrease water , fertilizer and labour requirements if managed properly. Principal characteristics distinguishing the micro Irrigation with other pressurized technologies are: Low flow rate Localized , partial wetting of the soil volume Frequent water […]

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Top 5 Major types of Farming.

Types of agriculture in India: Agriculture is one of the most important fields in India as well as everywhere on earth. Without agriculture, we can’t imagine the world. So, it is compulsory to know the importance of various types of agriculture in India. 1. Primitive Subsistence farming Primitive Subsistence Farming: […]

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Agriculture In India

Agriculture is the most important sector of India and largest contributor to India’s GDP and overall growth of socio-economic sector. It has played a significant role in providing livelihood to two-thirds of the populationIndia has been greatly dependent on agriculture for food production and imports. Green Revolution took place to […]

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Urban Agriculture

Urban agriculture can be described as the agricultural practices to producing fresh food or other agricultural products in urban areas and their surrounding regions (peri-urban). This can function centrally where […]

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Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya

“15 September Engineer’s Day ” Nation celebrates Engineer’s Day on September 15 to commemorate the birth anniversary of the greatest Indian Engineer Bharat Ratna Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. BORN — 15 September 1860Muddenahalli, Chikkaballapura, Kingdom of Mysore (now Karnataka, India)DIED — 14 April 1962 (aged 101)Bangalore, Karnataka, IndiaNationality — IndianEDUCATION — Central College, […]

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Agriculture Distress in India

Agrarian distress in India, built-up over time, has further deteriorated recently. … The underlying reasons for agrarian distress in India are: a) unviable agriculture; b) ineffective Minimum Support Prices (MSP) system; […]

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Health and Fitness

Staying healthy and fit are directly proportional to each other. In order to lead a healthy and fit life we need to focus on some prime practices which will not only make us physically fit but will also provide us with peace of mind. Staying heathy and fit keeps us […]

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Ethanol – The new White Gold

Recently the central government has released an expert committee report on the Roadmap for Ethanol Blending in India by 2025. The roadmap proposes a gradual rollout of ethanol-blended fuel to achieve E10 fuel supply by April 2022 and phased rollout of E20 from April 2023 to April 2025. What makes […]

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Future of Indian agriculture

Agriculture in India is livelihood for a majority of the population and can never be underestimated.Although its contribution in the gross domestic product (GDP) has reduced to less than 20 per cent and contribution of other sectors increased at a faster rate, agricultural production has grown. This has made us […]

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Minimum Support Price

Minimum support price or MSP is the guaranteed price at which farmers can sell their produce and goods. The government buys the crops from the farmers at pre-set prices to save the farmers from price fluctuations or lack of market access. These price fluctuations occur due to poor market integration, […]

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Permaculture

Permaculture is a fusion of the words ‘Permanent’ and ‘culture’. The term was devised by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren in 1978. In Mollison’s words, permaculture can be defined as the […]

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