THE CHANGING ROLE OF AGRICULTURE IN THE INDIAN ECONOMY
Author(s):
Dr.Mukesh Mishra
Keywords:
Temperature, Farming, Varieties, Efforts, Agriculture, Climate change, Affects, Crops
Abstract
At present climate change is very big problem. Due to climate change the problem of drought sometimes arise in front of the farmer, sometimes more rain and sometimes temperature fluctuations not only affect farming. Rather the dreams of the farmer as well as the expectations of production also drain. Climate change is a natural problem and this natural disaster cannot be stopped, Therefore research of new varieties of climate friendly seeds and crops is the need of the hour and it is the result of continuous efforts of institutes like agricultural university of India that today India is emerging as a food exporting country. Failure of crop production, changing crop productivity, loss of standing crops, loss of agriculture due to new decisions and changing farming methods. Therefore climate change is the biggest threat to agriculture. Which affects the production of rice due to the increased temperature at night as compared to the increased temperature during the day. And due to this increased temperature the chances of getting insects and disease in standing crops increase more and due to the high probability of getting sick, pests also cause huge loss of crops. (Agrawal,P.C.1960)
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Unique Paper ID: 150277

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 4

Page(s): 297 - 301
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