Sustainable Development of Indian Agriculture: Green Revolution Revisited
AbstractIndian experience of technological change through ‘Green Revolution’ in now an internationally acclaimed achievement. Several countries in Africa are being advised to follow Indian experience. We have reappraised the lessons of Indian experience for the point for new sustainability. Decline productivity of agriculture inputs is causing concern in India. Emerging scenarios has been renewed to raise some question about the so called consensus of India Experience.
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