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Kerala floods unmask perils of Climate change to Plantation sector | Editorial | The Agraria

Kerala is regarded as Plantation state of India which shares nearly 45 percentage of Plantation crops cultivated in India. Plantation crops also occupy 34 percentage of total cropped area of the State. The sector has been weighed down for too long due to various strains like high cost of production, unrealistic taxation laws, high workforce […]

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Playing with numbers – Is MSP hike a significant move in doubling farmers income ?

“Cultivators are the most valuable citizens; they are tied to their country.”        – Thomas Jefferson, 3rd US President. The Union Budget 2018 has kindled the expectations of Agriculture sector by many peal of trumpet announcements focusing farmers and rural development. The most alluring part among them is ‘setting up of minimum support […]

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India, Israel and Agriculture – Unveiling 25 years of Agricultural Cooperation

Despite being the largest producer of food grains, India is yet to bridge the gap between food security and farm income. The ambitious dream of incumbent Government to double farmers’ income is encumbered with contemporary challenges like climate change, resource scarcity, and overcrowding population. Technology is the only way out here. Fortunately, the India-Israel Cooperation […]