As climate change drastically affect agriculture production, reviving traditional practices and community sharing remains the only solution
Stricter laws on use of agrochemicals and proper labelling of food items are needed to ensure 'Right to Life'
The newly-released 'State of Indian Agriculture' report makes the right noises about the shortcomings- well almost
IRONY RUNS its play every year in India as food grains rot in godowns while 23 crore people go hungry every day. GOI Monitor talks to food and trade policy analyst Devinder Sharma on the issues stalking agriculture and public distribution
Millets can be India's best bet to address food insecurity and climate change provided we get over the obsession for wheat and rice crops
Farmers in Karnataka are showing the way to profitable farming by going organic and conserving traditional seeds
In Punjab's Doaba region treated sewage water is being used to grow crops thus turning waste into a highly useful entity
Milk prices have increased 11 times in the last four years. A look at why it is now a practically unaffordable business for dairy farmers.
Government seems to be hell bent upon forcing GM food on us by proposing quick approvals to the industry under the BRAI Act.
Costly corporate seeds are not only jacking up our food bill but also affecting community sharing
Unless technology is adapted to local conditions, our farmers will remain vulnerable and food security a mirage
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