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Chapter 4 - Food Security
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Horticulture crops Non-food crops Technological & institutional reform Food Security

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  1. Class 10 Geography NCERT Ravina Bishnoi Proud to be an Indian

  2. Chapter 4 Food Security & Impact of globalization on Agriculture

  3. Food Security

  4. Horticulture Crops e Largest producer of fruits and vegetables Tropical& temperate fruits Mangoes of Maharashtra, oranges of N P, pineapple of meghalaya, grapes of Andhra & apples of kashmir agpur, banana of kerala, guava of U. . Produce 13% of world vegetable Producer of pea, cauliflower, cabbage, brinjal, potatoes

  5. Non-food Crops Rubber equitorial crop, moist & humid climate, rainfall 200cm, used as industrial raw material, kerala, T. N, karnataka Fibre crops - cotton, jute, hemp, silk(sericulture) Cotton- original home, raw material for textile industry, deccan plateau, high temperature, high rainfall, bright sunshine, MH, Gujarat Jute - golden fibre, high temperature, fertile soil, west Bengal, bihar

  6. Technological & Institutional Reforms Agriculture provide livelihood to 70% population Gramdan -Bhoodan Collectivisation & Consoliation of holdings e Cooperation & Abolition of zamindari . Revolution Green Revolution & White Comprehensive land development programme e Grameen bank & crop insurance , Kissan credit card, personal accident insurance scheme .Weather bulletins & kissan channel Minimum support price

  7. Agriculture contribute to national economy Backbone of indian economy, share in GDP declined continuously 63% livelihood genetation & Other spheres depends on it ICAR, agriculture university, Veterinary colleges, horticulture, weather forecasting Growth rate continuously declining e International competition & reduction in public investment e Fertliliser subsidy is decreasing e Reduction in import duty on agricultural products is detrimental

  8. Food security Basic need of every citizen Poverty leads to lack of food security Government designed- PDS & Buffer stock ' food security policy & MSP e FCI procure & stock then PDS Subsidies on agriculture inputs Excessive use fertilizer cause waterlogging, salinity, depletion of micronutrient . MSP distorted cropping pattern

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