Indian Economy - Indian Economy Growth - Farm Workers India Question :How many types of farm workers in India? There are two types of farm workers in India viz. Cultivators and Agricultural Labourers. Cultivators are those who work in their own land; Agricultural Labourers are those who work on the land of others for wages.…

Indian Economy - Indian Economy Growth - Composting Benefits What are the benefits of composting? The City benefits You benefit Benefits of using compost encourages Calgarians to recycle their food and yard waste reduces greenhouse gases extends life of our landfills provides another way to reach our 80/20 by 2020 goal. easy and fun way…

Indian Economy - Indian Economy Growth - Composting What is composting? Composting is a natural process, and when carried out under controlled conditions, converts organic material (like food scraps and garden waste) into a product called compost. During composting, various microorganisms, including bacteria and fungi, break down organic material. Why should I compost? Although organic…

Indian Economy - Indian Economy Growth - Organic Food How are natural animals and poultry raised? Natural meat, dairy items, and eggs are created from creatures that are nourished natural bolster and enabled access to the outside. They should be kept in living conditions that oblige the characteristic conduct of the creatures. Ruminants must approach…

Indian Economy - Indian Economy Growth - Liquid Fertilizer Indian Economy - Indian Economy Growth – Inflation Can drip system be used to supply liquid nutrients such as panchagavya as liquid fertilizer? Yes, a number of farmers have already been using the technique of using organic liquid fertilizers through drip system. Can we use coconut…

Indian Economy - Indian Economy Growth - Organic Farming What is organic farming? Organic farming is a system, which avoids or largely excludes the use of synthetic inputs (such as fertilizers, pesticides, hormones, feed additives etc) and to the maximum extent feasible relies upon crop rotations, crop residues, animal manures, off-farm organic waste, mineral grade…

Indian Economy - Indian Economy Growth - Pulses Pulses Key Facts about Pulses Production, Consumption and International Trade Pulses are leguminous crops that constitute an essential part of Indian diet because nearly 43% of all Indians are vegetarian (urban-48% rural-41%) and pulses are important protein source. The main pulses grown in India include chickpea or…

Indian Economy - Indian Economy Growth - Cultivation Cereals Important Varieties Kalyansona, Sonalika, Lerma Rojo, Chhoti Lerma, Arjun, Sujata etc. are some of the wheat varieties with peculiar names that might be asked in exams. Coarse Cereals / Millets Coarse cereals are a broad sub-group of several short duration warm weather (Kharif) crops such as…

Indian Economy - Indian Economy Growth - Rice Production  Question:Explain Important facts about rice? Important Facts about Rice Globally, two major verities of rice are grown viz. Oryza sativa indica and Oryza sativa japonica. Further, there are several varieties including of wild rice, all of which make a so called Oryza sativa complex. It’s a…

Indian Economy - Indian Economy Growth - Food Grain Production  Question:Explain Food Grain Production in India? Food Grains Production Historical Trend in Food grain Production In 1947, India’s population was 330 million and in those days, feeding people was biggest challenge. In the initial decades, India relied on supplies from the United States under its…