In India, nearly two thirds of agricultural land task force is a means of livelihood. It has always been Indias most important economic sector. In the 1970s, Indias wheat production has risen dramatically in the country saw the beginning of the Green Revolution. Increase in agricultural production since independence to bring about the additional area under cultivation, expansion of irrigation facilities, better seeds, better techniques, brought by the use of water management, and plant protection.
India on agricultural imports in the early 1960s, planners believe that Indias growing population dependence, as well as national independence, as concerns about security and political stability, self abundance in food production is necessary. This perception led to a program of agricultural reform is called Green Revolution, for a public distribution system and price supports for farmers. For the increase in food grain production needed to yield more focused information, all the Green Revolution: better seeds, more fertilizer, improved irrigation increased, and farmers is a result of education efforts. Although increased irrigation has helped to reduce agricultural year as a result of the monsoon vagaries of fluctuations in production for years, it has not ended the ups and downs.
Indias non-traditional crops, such as summer mung (a variety of lentils, pulse part of the family) was slowly importance, soybean, groundnut, sunflower and used. Step increase in the non supply at reasonable prices, chemical fertilizers have been ensured. Quality control laboratories in the country there are 53 fertilizer. Indian agricultural production for economic growth, Indias central government realize the importance of agricultural development has played an active role in all aspects. Planning, centralized and plan priorities, policies, and resource allocation is decided at central level. Food and price policy is decided by the Central Government. Thus, although agriculture in India is the constitutional responsibility of state but the Central Government, after the policy formulation and in providing financial resources for agriculture plays an important role. Expansion in crop production, increasing yields on land already so use some type of agriculture is almost entirely coming from.
monsoon, however, determined that the crop, enough to average or poor in any year in the Indian agriculture sector plays an important role. Governments policy objectives in the early 1990s, one exploring ways to reduce dependence on monsoon was. A major role for the Department of Agriculture crop, based on seasonal growth and import policies to play in developing technology to increase soil fertility .
Special schemes for there credit available for farmers. Government supports the efforts of many farmers and their families are doing. Education and newspapers throughout the country today for farmers and rural land to provide basic food is recognized as an important player has reached. Technology cooperation in agriculture in India with improvising is tractor, fertilizer and farming assistance using a new way. Barren land and guidelines for funding the research are being allocated. Rabi and Kharif crops and model schemes suitable for exhibitions to promote sales and promote exports of local products allocated. Are: rainfed agriculture, banking credit, farmer education major initiative by the Government for the life of the rural agricultural land are developed. Aim at maintaining the ecological balance of agriculture has seen. Crop protection, agricultural production, promotion marketing for top tertiary market after Indias Agriculture Departments plans are some of.
It is understood that one farmers life goes beyond tilling and harvest crops. Their standard of living for SSI will increase its earnings by uplifted who is to be located. Other facilities like shelter, drainage system, education and alternative employment must secure their future.