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The Importance Role of Organic Farming and Sustainable Agriculture Development in India

Author :Kundan Kumar, Sampada Rawat, Gyanoday Kumar

Article Citation :Kundan Kumar ,Sampada Rawat ,Gyanoday Kumar , (2019 ) " The Importance Role of Organic Farming and Sustainable Agriculture Development in India " , International Journal of Advances in Science, Engineering and Technology(IJASEAT) , pp. 98-102, Volume-7,Issue-3

Abstract : India 30 per cent of the total organic producers in the world, but accounts for just 2.59 per cent (1.5 million hectares) of the total organic cultivation area of 57.8 million hectares, according to the World of Organic Agriculture 2018 report. At the same time, most organic farmers are struggling due to poor policy measures, rising input costs and limited market, says a study by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) and global consultancy firm Ernst & Young. India’s first state Sikkim fully dependent on organic farming. It means 7500 hectares of agricultural land relies on sustainable development and led to the subsistence of the fragile Himalayan ecosystem and also upgraded soil health and learn about organic farming and sustainable development in India. Sustainable development the most basic definition that is an economic development conducted without depletion of natural resources. India is still struggling with food security. According to data from the Food and Agriculture Organization, more than 190 million of the Indian population remains hungry on a daily basis. In essence, organic farming is intimately connected to every principle of sustainable development. Organic farming is helping us to restore the ecological balance. The example of Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana (PKVY)—the Centre’s free certification program me for organic farmers—is an example. A report on 2018 the implementation of PKVY highlights that all states, except Tripura, Odisha and Karnataka, have failed to utilize even 50 per cent of their funds under the scheme. While the Centre has increased allocation for the scheme by 44 per cent for the current year, corrective measures are needed to ensure that the states become responsible and contribute toward “organic India”. Keyword - Organic Farming, Sustainable Agriculture

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-7,Issue-3


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