The government must realise the high international value of walnuts from Jammu and Kashmir, and provide the required infrastructure support.
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.
it is a matter of concern that the prized Kashmiri honey is losing its sheen with the waning interest of the local apiarists or bee farmers.
The microbial spray is an effective long-term solution to stubble burning and the pollution problem, that is economically viable for farmers as well.
Declaring the entire state as a principal market yard can isolate Punjab since the Centre is the major buyer of the wheat and paddy produced in Punjab.
Stubble burning will begin in Punjab in just about a week from now. And it won't be too long till Delhi-NCR turns into a gas chamber yet again.
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.
Subsidised power means that the farmers continue to draw up groundwater indiscriminately through tube-wells for paddy cultivation.