On Our Plate: Advancing India’s Ag Development

Posted by on March 6th, 2017 | 0 Comments »

India faces significant challenges to its agriculture industry, including poor soil quality and frequent droughts outside of monsoon season.  Many of these challenges, along with the opportunities for an improved and more sustainable agriculture system, can be reviewed in GHI’s India-focused GAP Report, Global Revolutions in Agriculture.    And to improve the quality of Indian agriculture and the lives of farmers, GHI’s member company, Mosaic, established the Mosaic Villages Project in India, which has since expanded beyond to Guatemala and Africa.  To learn more about additional advances in India, check out our 2016 GAP Report (pages 50-55) and see the articles below.

Helping India’s Smallholder Farmers through Balanced Crop Nutrition, Water Management and Strong Communities
Mosaic Company, June 9, 2015

Farmers, scientists to join hands for new concepts like Peri-urban agriculture
The Indian Express, March 5, 2017

Don’t Rain on the Monsoon Parade
Deccan Chronicle, March 6, 2017

Why Indian Farmers Don’t Reap What They Sow
The Hindu Business Line, March 5, 2o17

Young India Can Save the Future of Agriculture
The Wire, February 28, 2017


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