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What is green revolution?
Introduction of new technology in Indian agriculture and its expansion programme after the Third 5-Year Plan period during 1966 was named as Green Revolution. Its main aim was to increase agricultural output and with this vision, several high yielding seed varieties were introduced in the country. These seeds required proper irrigation facilities and extensive use of fertilizers and pesticides and prompted the government to introduce them as a package programme.
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