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Arid Regions Take To Innovative Farming With FAO Support
Arid Regions Take To Innovative Farming With FAO Support
Feb 24, 2021

In Namibia, considered one of the most vulnerable countries in this aspect, climate change has added to its aridity.

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Farmer Who Claims To Have Developed A Brew Like No Other
Farmer Who Claims To Have Developed A Brew Like No Other
Feb 23, 2021

Amresh Singh, a farmer in Bihar’s Karamdih village claims to have found a healthy substitute for tea and coffee

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Vertical Farming: With Less Water, Over Smaller Areas
Vertical Farming: With Less Water, Over Smaller Areas
Feb 17, 2021

Vertical farms are also preferred because their food is organic, of high quality and the supply is predictable.

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Tractor Sales Expected To Show Upswing Despite Pandemic
Tractor Sales Expected To Show Upswing Despite Pandemic
Feb 16, 2021

The demand for tractors is expected to continue in the coming financial year due to high agricultural growth and a rural infra push.

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‘Khadi Prakritik’: KVIC Develops India’s First Eco-Friendly Cow Dung-Based Paint
‘Khadi Prakritik’: KVIC Develops India’s First Eco-Friendly Cow Dung-Based Paint
Jan 21, 2021

Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways and MSME, Nitin Gadkari, launched the new paint recently in Delhi.

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Indian Prof Working On Wheat Variety To Hike Yields, Save Against Quality Loss
Indian Prof Working On Wheat Variety To Hike Yields, Save Against Quality Loss
Jan 21, 2021

Dr Vijay Gahlaut, an Inspire Faculty Fellow of the Department of Science and Technology (DST), is exploring the epigenetic route to modify gene expression

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Throwing Straws Against The Wind
Throwing Straws Against The Wind
Oct 22, 2020

Crop residue or stubble burning is banned in Punjab and Haryana, but satellite images show a substantial increase in farm fires that add to the air pollution in north India, especially Delhi.

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