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Ashish Agrawal

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Transcript of Agriculture

Innovations in Agriculture
History Of Agriculture
Innovations in Agriculture
Green Revolution
Green Revolution
The future
Agriculture Now
The future
Agriculture Now
History of Agriculture
Our Topic....

History Of Agriculture
Innovations In Agriculture
Green Revolution
Agriculture Now
The Future
The Charts
Deepika Kothari

Muskan Ranka

By- Megha Srisrimal
By- Abhishek Upadhyay
By- Dhruman Patel
By- Ashish Agrawal
By- Lumbini Anand
PIS Family
Now...Time to go..
We hope you our presentation.......
We'll be back with more... See you next time...
Thank You!!
Innovations in Agriculture
Agriculture - the main driver - country's economic growth.

Many programs- development - agricultural practices. For eg:
National Agriculture Innovation Project (NAIP)
Research on Production to Consumption Systems (PCS)
Research on Sustainable Rural Livelihood Security (SRLS) and

The recent innovations....

Dairy Hubs
Dairy hubs - farmers - dairy processors.

Leads to - cutting costs - putting money - local communities.

Through this - farmers - higher income, education and healthier animals.
Fertiliser deep placement
Traditionally- rural farmers - fertilizer - spreading the seeds by hand.

Fertilizer deep placement (FDP) - new way - distributing fertilizers.

This increases - yields - of 18% - reduces use - 33%.

FDP - specialized fertilizer - 'briquette' - nitrogen gradually.

Green Revolution
The green revolution - reforms - innovations.

Transferring primitive agriculture - technology-based agriculture.

Increased - machinery, fertilizers, hybrid seeds - HYV seeds.

Green Revolution In India
Green Revolution - India - suffering - huge famine - 1961.

Punjab, Haryana, UP - highest advantage - India.

Wheat production - Punjab- 73% - 1980s.

Programs - started - teach farmers - Green Revolution.
Agriculture Now
Green Revolution - changes - form - agriculture - today.

Paved - foundation - stable future - Farmers.

Farmers - producing enough - whole nation - as well as - export market - support our economic status.

India - Agricultural country - climbing up - Agriculture.

At present - India - top country - agriculture.

The History Of Agriculture

Modern Agriculture
Ancient Plough
Modern Plough
Ancient Harvesting
Modern Harvesting
Hello everyone......

We are beginning with our presentation..

So sit back with your and relax.....
The Seven Legends
Our Group...

Ashish Agrawal
Abhishek Upadhyay
Dhruman Patel
Megha SriSriMal
Deepika Kothari
Lumbini Anand
Muskan Ranka
History of Agriculture
Farmers - traditional tools - machines.

Traditional - result - less produce - labor intensive. Need - new Introductions.

Hypothesis - first people - Agriculture - farmers from China - potential - Indian Land.

First Indian farmers - pastoralism - produce - barley, wheat.

1757 - cotton, indigo, opium, rice - paved the way - Indians - export market.

Exploited - British Raj. Independent India - struggle - increase production - remuneration.

The Future

Smaller carbon footprint

Sustained or enhanced profitability

Improved efficiency of resource use

Reduced ecological impact

And many more..

The Future
Technologies which reduce the demand for water and chemical inputs are included.

They reduce strain on the global water supply and are eco-friendly.

Technologies which enhance the health and yield of crops and herds are included.

These reduce waste from the industry and reduce pressure to convert native land into agricultural fields.

By- Muskan Ranka
By- Deepika Kothari
The Conclusion
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