System of Promoting Appropriate National Dynamism
for Agriculture and Nutrition


Food and Nutrition Security in India: The Way Forward

Publisher: Agricultural Economics Research Review

India has a huge population pressure on land and other natural resources to meet its food and development needs. Food production and socioeconomic status of rural people determine the growth of agriculture and rural prosperity. During the past four decades, the country has made remarkable progress in food and agricultural production. These changes have been triggered by the Green, White and Blue Revolutions involving development and diffusion of varieties, breads, and fish species turnover in the country. This has been accompanied by increased levels of inputs-use, mechanization and policy support. Public and private investments in infrastructure, research and extension, coupled with price support and other policies have significantly helped in increasing food production and its availability

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