Describe the impact of globalisation on Indian agriculture.

  • The farmers in India have been exposed to new challenges,particularly after 1990,under globalisation.
  • Due to highly subsidised agriculture in developed countries, our agricultural products are not able to compete with them although India is an important producer of spices, jute, coffee, tea, rubber, cotton, rice.
  • Indian agriculture was at the crossroads.
  • Improving the conditions of small and marginal farmers should be the priority to make agriculture profitable and successful.

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