DOI: 10.55524/ijircst.2022.10.2.15 | DOI URL: https://doi.org/10.55524/ijircst.2022.10.2.15
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Dr. Yudhishther Singh , Bagal, Dr. Pallavi Ghosh
In India, Green Revolution (GR) commenced in 1960s with introduction of high-yielding rice & wheat cultivars to boost food production & alleviate hunger & poverty. Due to government measures, wheat & rice output quadrupled after Green Revolution, while production of or food crops such as indigenous rice types & millets decreased. This resulted in elimination of different indigenous crops that had previously been cultivated. This paper discusses several agricultural techniques used at time of green revolution. This paper also discusses several techniques for flora transformation. Additionally impact of GR in several different areas has been discussed in this paper. Several or important concepts have also been covered. This paper looks at effects of GR on indigenous crop production, as well as its effects on society, environment, nutrition, & food availability per capita, as well as methods that can be used to bring indigenous crops back into cultivation & pass on knowledge to future generations.
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