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During the 1960s government of India formulated a new agricultural policy. The policy emphasized on gradual progress towards modern agricultural practices.
During this period a Mexican scientist named Normal Borlaug developed high yielding varieties of wheat.
Similarly in India, the era of the green revolution is referred to as the period of changes in agricultural practices like using high yielding seeds, tractors, pesticides, etc these were developed by Indian scientist M S Swaminathan, also referred to as the father of the green revolution.
d. The utilization of these high yielding variety seeds started to show immediate productive results hence termed as a revolution.
e. The area covered in this revolution was narrow. it was confined mainly in states UP, Punjab and Haryana. It is only gradually that it spread to West Bengal, Assam, and Kerala.
f. The food crisis faced by the nation during the 1960s was resolved due to the revolution. As agricultural productivity rose sharply.
g. Green revolution widened the disparity in income among rural population
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