RECENT TRENDS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES OF AGRICULTURAL ENHANCEMENT IN INDIA
Subsequently 20 years of foreign contributors neglected, cultivation is back on the front lines again because food insecurity and hunger are growing at high food prices. Product and production of food in developing countries, especially in India and smallholders, will become essential in the coming years. However, this calls for a series of difficult technological, institutional and political issues, including ground markets, seed and input research, agricultural growth, credit, rural infrastructure, customer connections, rural non-farm jobs, trade and the stabilization of food prices. This paper analyses the economic literature in this area.It will also address the role and interaction between farmers, convicting of the Green Revolution and the foundation for agricultural growth, issues relating to income diversification for farmers, rural development approaches, world trade challenges and sustainable development policies, at their core.