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Agriculture practices in eastern Uttar Pradesh-India
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PEAT - How This German Startup Going to Help Agriculture in India

PEAT - How This German Startup Going to Help Agriculture in India | India-UP agriculture | Scoop.it
PEAT - a group of german professionals eying to help indian agriculture sector with their revolutionary ideas and methods.
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Extinct foodgrains on youth list

Extinct foodgrains on youth list | India-UP agriculture | Scoop.it
Jorhat, Nov. 23: Mahan Chandra Bora, a youth of Meleng area here, has made it his mission to compile a list of extinct and near-extinct species of crops grown in Assam and the areas where some are still grown in pockets.
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Uttar Pradesh Agriculture Map, Agriculture Map of Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh Agriculture Map, Agriculture Map of Uttar Pradesh | India-UP agriculture | Scoop.it
Agriculture Map of Uttar Pradesh showing different crops growing areas, irrigated areas and name of irrigation projects.
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The rice is right - The Hindu

The rice is right - The Hindu | India-UP agriculture | Scoop.it

The Hindu The rice is right The Hindu Achappan Peruvadi, a tribal chieftain near Vellamunda in Wayanad, says, “I plan to set up a gene bank of traditional rice seeds to preserve the remaining seeds for our future generation, even though it is not a...


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African agriculture: Basket case or bread basket? « ILRI Clippings

African agriculture: Basket case or bread basket? « ILRI Clippings | India-UP agriculture | Scoop.it
(Illustration on Flickr by Vintaga Posters.) Is Africa an agricultural basket case, or a potential bread basket? Michael Moran, in the GlobalPost, argues the case for the latter. '. . . Food security remains a problem in Malawi, ...
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