SOWING
PROSPERITY :
BOOSTING
AGRICULTURE
PRODUCTION
AMIT SIHAG 9627965015
SHUBHAM AGARWAL 7275349139
ANUJ KUMAR AGARAWAL 9...
PROBLEMS
Lack of Agricultural
education and awareness
Obsolete machinery &
farming technology
Inadequate irrigation
facili...
Unstable policies of
government
• The promises made by the govt. before the elections fades away wid their
comissioningMin...
Encourage private
sector investment:
introduced several incentives
example, by encouraging the
production of quality and s...
Doubling or tripling
productivity per unit
area : can reduce the
cost per unit of
agricultural produce to
enhance farm inc...
Farmer or
Producers
F.C.I
(maintains
buffer
stocks)
States
Fair Prices
Shops
MSP C.I.P. Distributes
Grains
Allocates Grain...
• Strong linkage between research and field implementation &Easy
access of agricultural information
• These reduction in p...
Challenges
2.Using electrical machines with advanced
technology instead of manpower and the
work is out with the to carrie...
REFERENCES
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  1. 1. SOWING PROSPERITY : BOOSTING AGRICULTURE PRODUCTION AMIT SIHAG 9627965015 SHUBHAM AGARWAL 7275349139 ANUJ KUMAR AGARAWAL 9530492612 SAURABH KUMAR GUPTA 8410610839 SIDDHARTH GUPTA 8126833043(TEAM CO-ORDINATOR) EMAIL ID: siddharth869@gmail.com
  2. 2. PROBLEMS Lack of Agricultural education and awareness Obsolete machinery & farming technology Inadequate irrigation facilities • People being suspicious of new changes like the loan schemes introduced by the bank • Farmer receives just 10 to 23 % of the price the Indian consumer pays for exactly the same produce below 2 % per annum • Adoption of modern agricultural practices and use of technology is inadequate, hampered by ignorance of such practices, high costs and impracticality in the case of small land holdings. • 64 % of cultivated land is dependent on monsoons. & economic significance of irrigation in India is namely, to reduce over dependence on monsoons, advanced agricultural productivity, bringing more land under cultivation
  3. 3. Unstable policies of government • The promises made by the govt. before the elections fades away wid their comissioningMinisters launch such trade policies where the farmers are hardly benefitted,hence decreases their morale Psychological attitude towards farming Agriculture sector competes with other sectors for land when the economy moves towards industrialisation and production cost in the neighbouring countries is cheaper Decreasing farm sizes and industrialisation • As per young minds it is concerned that farming is for the dropouts and for poor people • Farmers are believed to be a lower strata of the society and would love to prefer white collar jobs .
  4. 4. Encourage private sector investment: introduced several incentives example, by encouraging the production of quality and safe product onnecting geographically dispersed people and enhance two-way communication. Farmer knowledge: Establish national network for demonstration & training like Central training institutes, Satellite training institutes, Farm Schools Develop , E-farming -- deliver expert advice & training via rural knowledge centres Reorient Agricultral Colleges to focus on Production Agriculture Deep chiseling should be implemented the way it is done in U.S. which is responsible for absorbing the nutrients deeply.
  5. 5. Doubling or tripling productivity per unit area : can reduce the cost per unit of agricultural produce to enhance farm incomes and promote international competitiveness. Doubling or tripling farmer income by balancing plant nutrients in the soil to optimize plant intake of applied fertilisers, safeguarding the environment and reducing soil degradation. Doubling or tripling water use efficiency and reducing salinization of irrigated lands through land preparation techniques that harvest rainwater on millions of acre while reducing waste of irrigated water. • In India, soil is being tested for only three nutrients. • Without these 12 nutrients, genetic potential of hybrid seeds cannot be tapped. • The same hybrid rice seed generates 2.8 tons per hectare in India, 5.4 tons in China & 8 tons in USA 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% S oilpH C onductivity O rganic M atterN itrogen P hosphorus(P 1) P hosphorus(P 2) P otassium M agnesiumS ulphurC alciumS odium Zinc M anganese IronC opper B oron Blue colour denotes production after these nutrients
  6. 6. Farmer or Producers F.C.I (maintains buffer stocks) States Fair Prices Shops MSP C.I.P. Distributes Grains Allocates Grains Central Issue Prices Flowchart of distribution of food
  7. 7. • Strong linkage between research and field implementation &Easy access of agricultural information • These reduction in percentage of the workforce obviously that employment in the agriculture sector contracted due to the increased use of labour-saving technologies, thus causing labour shortage as local labour force moved into economic sector for higher wages • the beginning of mechanization in the sector and improved farm management • increaseS job opportunities and created alternative sources of income. However, the total employment in the agricultural sector declined over the years while those in manufacturing increased. • Meets the Future Food Demands like Increase efficiency ,Produce more food with same resources ,Conserve more natural, Produce a product that is more affordable around the globe, Improve the lives of farmers Profitability IMAPCT OF PROPOSED SOLUTIONS
  8. 8. Challenges 2.Using electrical machines with advanced technology instead of manpower and the work is out with the to carried concern of the old residents of the village who have the knowledge of the soil affecting factors and the land usage pattern. 1.Expensive equipments will be imported which is a major issue because it invoves buying of equipments as per the dealer’s choice along with paying different kind of taxes 3.money must be invested by the government in the field of biotechnology by decreasing the amount of investment done in the production of artificial fertilisers and pesticides and must replace them by organic chemicals like in Europe R&D is mandatory . 5.average age of living of the farmers have reduced to 55 years and concsecutively the suicides have increased and hence we need to put a strict measure by opening small organisations consisting of people from all the villages in india 4.Education no doubt is the backbone for a developing country like us having thousands of natural resources to be harnessed for a better living where these days youth have started refraining themselves from joining agricultural institutes and stepping into R&D, therefore NGO’s along with the industrialists of our nation. 6.We must talk to IMF, World bank and countries to libeaalise our agricultural import and to give us subudies & provide marketing assistance to our farmers.
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