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Is it possible to modernise and make our agriculture internatonally comptitive without high end technology and adoption of relevant mechanisation?

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Asked by Ramsingh Sachan, 18 Nov '09 01:23 pm
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It is expected that future agricultural growth
would largely accrue from improvements in productivity
of diversified farming systems with regional specialisation
and sustainable management of natural resources,
especially land and water. It is important to
explore frontiers in technology focusing on evolving
location specific and economically viable technologies
by capitalising developments in the field of biotechnology,
information technology crop and water management.
Effective linkages of production system with ...more
Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 18 Nov '09 01:48 pm

 
  
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Sir Technological advantage is a must for outputs in order to compete internationally but in case of lack of resourse to invest in machines, you can look at making new moves in the marketing of the same. We should actually learn to produce quality product from international market eg. Hortifare of Amstardum, Holland or dairying techniques from Denmark, mushrooms, or things that are feasible in the current scenario and how to market them i.e. exports, even the local and regional markets, role of mandi samities and parishads. A detailed research on consumer and industrial marketing would help
Answered by sangeet pundir, 18 Nov '09 01:34 pm

 
  
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It is possible, with use of moderate mechanism and technology,however transformation of indian agricultural in to a profitmaking industry india Inc is next to impossible wrt current govt agricultural policy, WTO is also contributing significantely against the development of this area
Answered by sushil trivedi, 18 Nov '09 01:30 pm

 
  
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