A digital push to farming for the environment's sake
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India, March 10 -- The Indo-Gangetic Plain (IGP) is a 2.5-million sq km fertile plain that is the backbone of Indian agriculture. It has greatly contributed to the country's food security and the green revolution. However, the pressure of the increasing population and uneven natural phenomenon like unseasonal hailstorms, failing rains, cyclones, droughts and so on, have adversely affected yield. These conditions have long required a sustainable solution so that the Indian agriculture sector can fight climate change on the one hand and maintain a respectable agricultural yield to meet the burgeoning demand of food grains on the other.
In these trying conditions, a study has established that the use of field-specific fertiliser in the IGP ...
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