CHARACTERISTICS AND PROBLEMS OF INDIAN AGRICULTURE

CHARACTERISTICS AND PROBLEMS OF INDIAN AGRICULTURE

  1. Subsistent in Character
  2. Heavy Pressure of Population
  3. Predominance of Food Grains
  4. Mixed Cropping
  5. High Percentage of the Reporting Area under Cultivation
  6. Small Size of Holdings and Fragmentation of Fields
  7. Limited Intensive Agriculture
  8. Primitive Technology
  9. Indian Agriculture is Labour Intensive
  10. Rain-fed Agriculture
  11. Less Area under Leguminous and Fodder Crops
  12. Tradition Bound
  13. Low Productivity
  14. Government Policy
  15. Lack of Definite Agricultural Land Use Policy
  16. Lack of Marketing and Storage Facilities
  17. Low Status of Agriculture in the Society
  18. Land Tenancy
  19. Poverty and Indebtedness of the Farmers
  20. Inadequacy of Extension Service
  21. Inadequate Agricultural Research and Education, Training, and Extension
  22. Soil Erosion and Soil Degradation
  23. Other Characteristics and Problems

 

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