Q. 64.4( 22 Votes )
Foodgrains production in India increased significantly after the introduction of the Green Revolution. Do you agree?
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.
Rate this question :
Study the graph and answer the following questions:
Production of Food grains in India (Million Tonnes)
(a) In which year did our country cross the 200 million tonnes per year mark in food grain production?
(b) In which decade did India experience the highest decadal increase in food grain production?
(c) Is production increase consistent in India since 2000-2001?NCERT - Economics
How is food security secured in India?NCERT - Economics