ASYSTEMATICANALYSIS OFINDIAN AGRICULTURE AND WHEAT EXPORT
Agriculture is a significant and one of the vastindustries in India. It is necessary for the Indian economy's survival and expansion. Agriculture provides a living for about 70% of households and 10% of the urban population on average. India is also a major exporter of a variety of agricultural products to the international market, including coffee, tea, oil meals, grains, spices, fresh fruits,vegetables, marine products and meat. India is a key producer of a variety of agricultural goods. India is recognized as the world's largest milk producer and the world's second largest wheat and rice producer. Agricultural development is vulnerable to a number of threats that concern both farmers and consumers. Cohesive and coordinated long-term strategies and policies are needed to reduce risk aversion and create flexibility among Indian rural producers in order to increase investment and achieve a sustained increase in production. Farmers' wages must be increased by providing them with remunerative costs. The aim of this research paper is to look into the major agriculture crops, as well as their productivity, export, and import. Wheat, a large agricultural product, is also the subject of an observational analysis by the scholar.