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Including mixed farming systems in traditional agricultural systems has potential benefits for farmers, especially for smallholder and marginal farmers. It not only helps farmers diversify from the production of grains to vegetables and the rearing of livestock thus resulting in dietary diversity of the farmers,...

Apart from its nutritional value, the grass pea can be grown as a relay crop after rice while enough soil moisture is still available. Its ability to withstand...

The case of Mrs. Bishnupriya Biswal reflects the importance of considering subjective social paradigms in designing interventions. Her newfound confidence...

Binodini Swain’s story serves as an inspiring example for farmers in Odisha who leave their lands fallow instead of cultivating non-paddy crops....

Scientists, researchers, and producers from private seed companies were trained to upgrade their skills with cutting-edge knowledge and advanced techniques...

Uttar Pradesh, the most populous state in India, heavily relies on rice as a staple food, making rice farming a crucial economic activity for millions...

Eminent agricultural scientist, geneticist, and administrator Dr. M.S. Swaminathan (at left in first photo), 98, passed away on 28 September at his residence...

The Mekong River Delta is undergoing a remarkable digital transformation in the region’s rice production management with the Rice production monitoring...

Harishankar, a farmer from Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, India had been practicing conventional farming for many years. However, he noticed a gradual decrease...

Malho Marndi proudly recounts her journey as she returned to her village in Odisha, India to engage in farming and became a progressive farmer in her area....