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Editorial

India is naturally endowed with various types of naturally available organic form of nutrients. This considerably helps in  organic cultivation of crops. The potential of biopesticides and biofertilisers for promoting...

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Agroecology is the basis for the future. It is a durable, resilient and a sustainable response. It illustrates how it can provide answer to multiple challenges – old and new,...

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With growing awareness on health and healthy diets, vegetables have gained greater significance in the overall diet. Small farmers with limited resources, have been growing vegetables in their limited spaces...

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Digital Agriculture Increasing population, degrading natural resources and climate change are some of the challenging issues facing agriculture.The consequences are increased uncertainties of farm livelihoods, productivity and incomes; increasing challenges...

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Nurture Plants, Save the planet  The planet cannot survive without plants. Plants constitute majority of food sources and play an important role in providing clean air. But we seem to...

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About 80 percent of the world’s food is produced by small farmers or family farmers, for whom farming is a way of life. Traditionally, farming was localized, meeting several needs...

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With increases in food production crop residues are also increasing. It is estimated that about 500 Mt of crop residues are generated in India annually. Burning crop residue has caught...

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Smallholders, the food providers of the nation, are becoming increasingly vulnerable to a series of challenges like the changing climate, markets, finance, input availability etc.  These challenges have made crop...

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