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Despite impressive economic growth in recent years, India continues to be home to the largest concentration of people living below the poverty line. The government has placed a high priority on reducing poverty by raising agricultural productivity, but much remains to be done.
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posted by: WWOOF INDIA (17:50:37 Thu 3rd May 2012)

High priority to enhance food production appears to be on paper only because in reality fertile crop land is fast loosing out to urban sprawl. Ravi
posted by: Ravi Sinha (06:32:14 Wed 4th January 2012)

A judicious use of water, exploitation of indigenous sources of Potash & Phosphate along with organic fertilizer and efficient storage of produce will reduce the financial impact on sustained productivity of food grains. Ravi Sinha
posted by: ravi sinha (17:46:10 Sat 24th December 2011)

Good and well written informative article.I would like to add that a lot of integrated effort has to be made at govt &pvt players level for utilizing the potash,phosphate from indigenous sources instead relying more on import. Ravi Sinha .
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