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Green RevolutionNow we will talk about the initiatives Indian Government has taken to boost Agriculture in India.
The first Green revolution that happened in 70’s was the out put of the government India’s initiative that was kicked started with the First Indian Agricultural Research Institute set up in 1905 was the backbone behind the revolution of 70’s. This institute aims at research work and the inventions of the creative ideas and techniques that would benefit the Indian Farming system in a long run.

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In India as like many other things, farming system is also a thousand years old (Ten Thousand years old) Gone are the days of the traditional farming system Indians used to rely upon, the new era has started in the Indian farming system as many farmers all over the India are developing new techniques so as to making farming the easier and less time consuming. Here is brief information pertaining to the evolution in Indian farming system. India has ranked the second largest country in the world in farming sector.

What is more, there are some more things as it is also leading in case of forestry as its GDP has reached around 16.6% and is going up day by day. And one more think to your surprise the India is the largest producer of the milk in the world. It is also a largest producer of wheat in the world along with sugar, groundnut and rice.

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Following are the pictures that will help you understand the India and the farming system in the country, that had been there for ages.
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The stunning story of Indian agriculture is known all over the world for its multi-functional success in generating employment, livelihood, and food, nutritional and ecological security. Agriculture and allied activities contribute about 30% to the gross domestic product of India.

With arable land area at 168 million hectares, India ranks second only to the U.S. in size of agriculture. A well-developed agricultural research system, a significant area of almost 60 million hectares under irrigation and an increasing productivity in major crops enable Indian agriculture to become a globally competitive player. The United Nations estimates that with assured irrigation, India’s food grains output can increase SIX times within five years- enough to feed two planet Earth!
Following are some more important things know when one is longing to know about Indian Agribusiness.

India achieved so far in the agricultural industry:
India is the largest producer of wheat in the world
India is the largest producer of Rice in the world
India is among the largest vegetable oil economies in the world
India is the largest producer of Tea in the world
India is the second largest producer of Fruits in the world
India is the largest producer of Milk in the world
India is the largest producer of Coffee in the world
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