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Horticulture clusters: The manure for India’s agri exports?

The newly launched Horticulture Cluster Development Programme is a central scheme that is likely to bring benefits to the entire horticulture ecosystem. For the program to succeed, it must seek global...

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CDP is the stepping stone to smart horticulture in Bharat

Dr. A. K. Singh, Deputy Director General (horticulture), Indian Council of Agriculture Research, surmises that the cluster development program for horticulture will enable a holistic development of lo...

Horticulture sector must focus on global competitiveness

Prof Sukhpal Singh, IIM Ahmedabad, feels that the horticulture Cluster Development Programme introduced by the government should go beyond the focus on production to identifying new markets, improve t...

Green Revolution 2.0 – A movement towards sustainable agriculture

The future of farming is going to be sustainability- focused and tech-led. The seeds are already being sown to promote sustainable agriculture and climate-resilient systems. Policies, technology and I...

Government must offer additional subsidy for producing export quality pulses

Dr Narendra Pratap Singh, Director, IIPR opines that the government must increase import duty on pulses to discourage their imports. He opines that factors like increase in procurement of pulses, crea...

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Sustainable agriculture needs innovative partnerships

If producers adopt certain sustainable business practices, it will not only make them efficient in producing and using resources, but also make them competitive and enable access to a wider pool of cu...

Technology in Indian agriculture should not displace labour

Jayan Jose Thomas, Professor of Economics at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, asserts that on a macro basis, India does not face labour shortage, though it may be relevant for specific region...

Scripting an export success story for Indian pulses

India's pulses production has increased steadily over the past few years, consequently ensuring a drop in imports. It is an opportune time to leverage this rise to aggressively tap the international m...

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Sustainable agriculture practices should be investor friendly

Dr Arpita Mukherjee, Professor at ICRIER, opines that while businesses understand the concept of risk, they also need reasonable chances of success if they invest in sustainable agriculture practices....

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Indian grape export industry: Creating opportunity from crisis

Marred by shocks in the export market due to MRL issues, the Indian grape industry worked in collaboration with stakeholders to build a robust system that guides farmers on efficient crop management p...

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