Q. 64.4( 22 Votes )

Foodgrains production in India increased significantly after the introduction of the Green Revolution. Do you agree?

Answer :

Foodgrain production rose significantly after the green revolution. India became self-sufficient in food and was exporting food to pay back its earlier loans and to loan to deficit countries.

• The production Maintained the agricultural growth rates and generated a rapid increase in the marketable food grains


• Small farmers received more inputs per unit of land compared to large farmers.


• Small farmers became more viable and did not sell out their land to large land holding farmers in distress.


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