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India As an Agricultural Superpower

on 2001/4/28 9:47:02 ( 1122 reads )


NEW DELHI, INDIA, April 28, 2001: The president of India's 500,000-strong Federation of Farmers Association, P. Chengal Reddy, told a conference in Delhi that he believes India could increase its agricultural output by an additional 100,000,000 tons of food annually. He advocates better education of farmers in more productive methods. As well, he sees a great potential in export of some of India's 1,000 varieties of mangoes, 5,000 medicinal plants and 3,000 aromatic plants.

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