What's the development of agriculture?

Agricultural communities developed approximately 10,000 years ago when humans began to domesticate plants and animals. By establishing domesticity, families and larger groups were able to build communities and transition from a nomadic hunter-gatherer lifestyle dependent on foraging and hunting for survival.

Why Agriculture called the backbone of our country?

(i) Agriculture is the mainstay of Indian economy because about 60% of our population depends directly or indirectly on agriculture. (ii) It provides raw materials to the industries. (iii) India earns foreign exchange by exporting agricultural products.

What is importance of farming?

Agriculture is an important source of livelihood in most parts of the world. It involves tough work but it contributes to food security and the health of the nation. Before the industrial revolution, agriculture was the primary source of economy.

What are the problems of agricultural sector?

Climate change is also an important challenge as its adverse impacts such as increased flooding incidence, drought, soil degradation, water shortages and increased pests and diseases constantly threaten agricultural output and productivity.

What is the main problems of Indian agriculture?

Lack of Organized Agricultural Marketing: Indian farmers are facing the problem of low income from their marketable surplus crops in the absence of proper organized markets and adequate transportation facilities. Scattered and sub-divided holdings are also creating serious problem for marketing their products.

What is the biggest problem of Indian agriculture?

Indian farmers are facing the problem of low income from their marketable surplus crops in the absence of proper organized markets and adequate transportation facilities. Scattered and sub-divided holdings are also creating serious problem for marketing their products.

How can we stop agricultural pollution?

There are several ways to prevent accidents caused by pollution on the farm, especially regarding nutrient runoff.

  1. Add Conservation Buffers to Catch Runoff. ...
  2. Implement Nutrient Management Techniques. ...
  3. Control Livestock Access to Waterways. ...
  4. Minimize Tillage. ...
  5. Have a Manure Management Plan.

How can we improve the economic condition of farmers?

Watershed Development and Moisture Conservation; 5. Optimising the Benefits of Irrigation; 6. Seeds of quality, Seeds of Prosperity - Improving Seed; Replacement Rate; 7. Development of Horticulture : The Coming Revolution in Karnataka; 8. Development of Dairy Farming 9. Developing Poultry Industry; 10.

How can farmers improve quality of life?

Measures to Improve Quality of Life of Farmers and Fishers

  1. (Phase 1) Focus on securing welfare and educational infrastructure and developing the region of underdeveloped farming and fishing villages. ...
  2. (Phase 2) Provide standards for public services in farming and fishing villages, discover resources and generate their values.

How the condition of agriculture can be improved in our country?

Transport Facilities: To facilitate the farmers to produce new farm inputs and enable them to sell their product in markets, villages should be linked with mandies. It would help to raise their income which in turn stimulates the farmer's interest to adopt better farm technology with sufficient income.

What are the ways to increase food production?

Course 2: Increase Food Production Without Expanding Agricultural Land

  1. Increase livestock and pasture productivity. ...
  2. Improve crop breeding. ...
  3. Improve soil and water management. ...
  4. Plant existing cropland more frequently. ...
  5. Adapt to climate change.