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Tractor in an empty field

Posted On 08/12/2021 in Farming Types

Corporate Farming

Typically, the word ‘corporate’ implies a behemoth structure that has more power, capabilities and a larger presence in the world. Almost all these characteristics apply when you associate ‘corporate’ with farming as well.

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Beds of plants on a high rise terrace

Posted On 01/12/2021 in Farming Types

Urban Agriculture

For most of us, the terms ‘agriculture’ and ‘farming’ are associated with wide open fields, idyllic rural settings and villages. Therefore the term ‘urban agriculture’ really does seem contradictory. But, is it really?

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Women farmers working in a paddy field

Posted On 26/11/2021 in People in Agriculture

Women in Farming

Women farmers have roared into the spotlight recently because of their role in the farmers protests but, they have had a huge role to play even before this event. And yet, women farmers have a long way to go to break the cloak of invisibility that seems to surround their work in Indian farms. So, what is the situation now? Is it changing?

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Tractor spraying pesticide on crops

Posted On 19/11/2021 in Pest Management

Integrated Pest Management and Agriculture

Farmers all over the world have to deal with different kinds of challenges when it comes to crop management. One such challenge is pest control. In a report titled Scientific review of the impact of climate change on plant pests, an FAO study, it was found that pests destroy up to 40 % of crops globally.

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Posted On 12/11/2021 in Farming Types , Sustainability


Agriculture has developed, transformed and expanded in multifarious ways. Some of these changes have helped sustain different kinds of practices for decades and some of these changes are new. One such fairly new change has been the advent and growth of agroforestry.

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