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Climate Change and Its Impact on Indian Agriculture

Publisher: Research Gate

Climate change impacts on agriculture are being witnessed all over the world, but countries like India are more vulnerable in view of the high population depending on agriculture and excessive pressure on natural resources. The projected impacts are likely to further aggravate yield fluctuations of many crops with impact on food security and prices. Cereal productivity is projected to decrease by 10?40% by 2100 and greater loss is expected in rabi. There are already evidences of negative impacts on yield of wheat and paddy in parts of India due to increased temperature, increasing water stress and reduction in number of rainy days.

Author(s): B. Venkateswarlu, V. U. M. Rao | Views(270) | Download (123)

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