India is an agricultural country with a majority of the people working in the farming sector, with demand for ayurvedic medicine and indoor farming, today in urban India majority of the people have started home farming which is helping to alleviate the problem of food security. If farming is practiced in every house in a small manner, imports will reduce in India and export will amplify.
Smart farming and smart technology have helped urban India to adopt farming. Hydroponics and aquaponics are taking ground in India. The demand for herbal products is rising where Indian herbal plants have reached North America, the Middle East, Europe, and Africa thus contributing to the GDP. India is a leading export of agriculture, it places an outstanding role in economic growth.
If we promote agritourism followed by proper land reforms and educate the farmers on the use of technology, followed by at schools if children are taught how to grow plants the amount of food production will rise in no time, with a growing population, the demand also needs to be fulfilled, at old age home, tribal areas people are adopting horticulture, permaculture where each citizen have access to a good amount of food, with the use of new technologies so that we don’t have food wastage and the import reduce and export rises, contributing to the economy where poverty will be limited.
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