NEW DELHI: Indian horticulture has grown up by 7 Percent in last five Years and it has potential to boost overall farm growth in coming days. It has shown significant jump in production as well as export. The National Horticulture Mission has played a vital role in promoting fruits and vegetable sectors in these years.
UDAIPUR: (AMN)The President, Mrs. Pratibha Devi Singh Patil on Wednesday outlined the need for a second green revolution in the country to meet the growing food demand of the increasing population.
Inaugurated the 5th National Conference on Krishi Vigyan Kendra here President said that an ..
NEW DELHI: (AMN)The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs has given its nod for implementing a new scheme to address the impact of climate change on agriculture and allied sectors.
The three hundred fifty crore rupee scheme called national initiative on climate resilient agriculture will directly b
CHANDIGARH. (AMN) The union government is giving a high priority to farm mechanization in order to save labour time and increasing farmers’ income. Speaking at the inauguration of Agro-Tech 2010, the biennial agro technology and business fair here the Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar..
NEW DELHI: (AMN) Chairman of Planning Commission, Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia has asked Agricultural scientists to adopt innovative approach to strengthen agricultural research and education in India.
Speaking at a meeting of Vice Chancellors of Agricultural Universities here Monday Dr. Ahluwalia..
KOHIMA: (AMN) The Vice President of India Mohammad Hamid Ansari has said that the economic and technological capabilities of the nation could bring about Bamboo revolution in the country. Addressing the first World Bamboo Day celebration at the Naga Heritage village, Kisama as chief guest ..
MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has sanctioned a $170 million ‘multitranche’ financing facility to help the Indian states of Bihar and Maharashtra to modernize horticulture industries, boosting the incomes of farmers and other vulnerable rural groups.
NEW DELHI: Kharif crops have been sown in 966.40 lakh hectare area so far. It is 82.75 lakh ha more than the acreage on this date last year that was 884.09 lakh ha. The sowing of all major crops this year is more than that in the last kharif.As per data received from States, paddy has been sown ..
WEB DESK/ MUMBAI Mumbai twins Rohan and Rahul Chembakasserill not just look identical but have also scored an ...
Our Correspondent / Gaya Union Tourism Secretary Rashmi Verma on Wednesday informed that Centre was trying to ...