The Green Revolution in India

Green Revolution in India: The “green revolution” new agricultural strategy was adopted by the Govt. of India on the recommendation of the ford foundation of England. The new strategy was introduced in agriculture in need of 60. The strategy was indict adopted in 7 selected district stages of India. D.R. Norman Borlaug an agriculture scientist from Mexico developed a new strategy for high-yielding varieties. The Indian agriculture scientist DR M.S Swaminathan suggests form adopting his new strategy in India.

The green revolution water speed and fertilizer program was adopted in our country during the Kharif season in the form of a package program.

This program includes the was of high yielding varieties speed, modern means of production use of fertilizer, pesticides and irrigation facility, etc. The adoption of a new agricultural strategy has changed India’s agriculture from traditional to modern farming.

The strategy was adopted for the production of five selected food crops such as rice, wheat, Bajar maize, and ragi. Initially, this program was adopted on 1.89 million hectares of cultivable land.

Later this program was spread over other cultivable lands. Effect of green revaluation. The new agricultural strategy impacts the Scio economic condition of the people in our country.

Impact of the green revolution on India

Here are the negative impact and positive impacts of the green revolution in India:

Positive Impact

  1. The green revolution program uses a certain positive impact on the Indian economy. Following some of the importance.
  2. The adoption of the new agriculture strategy has increased the production of food crops (grains) in our country At present India is self-reliant in the production of food grains.
  3. The adoption of the new agriculture improved economic conditions and the standard of living of the farmers in our country.
  4. The adoption of the new agricultural strategy increased the growth rate of the economy.
  5. The adoption of the new agricultural strategy paved way for creating more and many employment opportunities in rural. The sector of the economy.
  6. The new strategy increased the agricultural export of our country. It helps our GOVT. to earn more and more foreign currency.

Negative impact

  1. In spite of the above advantage the new agricultural strategy. It is clear that there are creating problems in the process of adopting the new agricultural strategy.
  2. The new agricultural strategy fell to solve the shortage of food grains in our country.
  3. The new agricultural strategy has fallen to increase the overall growth rate of our country to the desired level.
  4. The new agricultural strategy has also increased personal inequalities in the distribution of income and wealth.
  5. The new agricultural strategy has increased regional inequality in our country.
  6. The new agricultural strategy has given birth to capital farming in our country.

Thus there is aeration there is a problem in the process of adoption of the new agricultural strategy in the Indian economy. But that does, which means that the new strategy has felled from all fronts. The new agricultural success fell increasing the production and productivity of agriculture in our country.

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