Green revolution

Green revolution

The Green Revolution started around the late 1960s in India.The Green Revolution isknown to be the period when agriculture in India was converted into an industrial systemdue to use of High Yielding Variety(HYV)seeds, pesticides, insecticides and fertilizers.TheGreen...

PROPAGATION OF HORTICULTURAL PLANTS

PROPAGATION OF HORTICULTURAL PLANTS

Propagation is one of the most common practices of horticultural plants. It focuses to preserve the essential characteristics of the plants. It helps in increasing the number of plants. Propagation can be done through seeds(sexual) and vegetative(asexual). SEXUAL...

INDIAN WOMEN ACHIEVERS IN AGRICULTURE

INDIAN WOMEN ACHIEVERS IN AGRICULTURE

Did you know that according to an economic survey, 60 to 80 percent of food is produced by rural women in the agricultural sector. With the growing urban migration by men there is also feminisation in agricultural sector as women roles are increasing as cultivators,...

AGRICULTURAL SCHEMES

AGRICULTURAL SCHEMES

Agriculture is one of the most important sectors of the Indian Economy. It provides livelihood to more than half of the Indian population. According to reports, when India faced a depression during the year 2020-2021, agriculture sector was the only one to be seem...

Relevance Of Geoinformatics In Agriculture

Relevance Of Geoinformatics In Agriculture

The Geographical Information System (GIS) was developed in the early 1960s by the Canadians to store data and produce maps for the Canadian Land Inventory .This set of data gave information regarding the capabilities of land to support agriculture, wildlife, and other...

NANOTECHNOLOGY IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION

NANOTECHNOLOGY IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION

Agriculture is the source of income of more than half of the population. India as a developing country aims at maximizing yield. Nanotechnology is the science of designing and inventing machines in which every atom and particle is defined precisely. A nanometer is...

Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual property rights are the rights given to people over the creations in their minds. Inventions, literary and creative works, and emblems, names, and snapshots utilized in commerce. They usually supply the creator with a distinctive proper overusing his/her...

METHODS OF PLANT MICROPROPAGATION

METHODS OF PLANT MICROPROPAGATION

Micropropagation refers to the in vitro multiplication and / or regeneration of plant material under aseptic and controlled environmental conditions to produce thousands or millions of plants for transfer to the field . This system can be modified to produce more...