This is a PowerPoint presentation with vivid graphs and charts displaying production figures for important food grains, oil seeds and cash crops. These can be linked to monsoon statistics included for 2000-2007. It is a valuable complement to studies on India's agriculture and food management.
Agriculture is the mainstay of the Indian economy. Recent data indicates the growth in the agriculture sector remained higher than the growth of population.
Approximately half of all Indians still get their livelihood directly from agriculture. That ratio only quite recently has been on the decline compared to past levels that were reasonably consistent throughout the 20th century.
Cultivated area, however, has risen gradually and has come to include to a large extent more than half of the country’s total area, a quantity matched by few other countries in the world.
In the more productive regions, such as the Indo-Gangetic Plain or the deltas of the eastern coast, the proportion of cultivated to total land is often more than nine-tenths.
This presentation provides in depth data sourced from the Ministry of Agriculture (Govt. of India) - via colorful graphs and charts on the different aspects of agricultural produce and food management in India. This report is an invaluable tool for business men, teachers, farming and agriculture professionals, food industry professionals, entrepreneurs and market analysts.
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