| The Other Side Of Farming | 5-minute read
Every farmer has a snake anecdote. Of one such landowner here are a few true stories with a thoughtful hiss in the tail.
| BREAKING NEWS INTO PIECES | 6-minute read
We have fought multinationals, economic liberalisation and today a large number of us are fighting the farm laws, with the belief that the laws will ultimately make paupers out of us poor farmers.
It is a matter of concern that till now, the Punjab government has not taken any concrete steps to stop the inflow of paddy from other states.
Unchecked corporate power and increasing political influence have left farmers to operate under the push ‘get big or get out’ and often driven abuse of farmers’ rights.
With favourable agro-climatic conditions, skilled manpower, infrastructure and logistics for quality seed production and storage, Telangana meets more than 60 per cent of India’s seed requirement.
The common causes of global warming are already known. However, very few people are aware that our food habits also have a significant impact on global warming.
The Punjab farmers are irked with the government for blowing a chance to save water and in turn, help them save money.
Till May 18, 7.04 million MT of wheat was procured in Haryana, against the Food Corporation of India (FCI) target of 9.5 million MT.
Following herd mentality, farmers produce the same crop. The KCR government move is to make the farmers produce what the market wants.
In order to save its fast depleting water table, Haryana is disincentivising the cultivation of paddy.