Burning of green waste, especially plant residue, has become a common site in the city, including Company Bagh. It is considered as lungs of the city.

Improvements in horticultural sector can provide significant scope to absorb a work force, and there is vast scope for the growth of this sector within agriculture for farmers to look forward says this report by Dalwai committee on doubling farmer’s income. There is scope for expanding the area under horticulture crops by 4 million hectares and that with an enhanced yields by 60 per cent. This generates 8 million additional employment opportunities in horticulture says the report.

The eight volume of the Report of the Committee on Doubling Farmers’ Income (DFI) examines productivity led production, with perspective that farmers must be able to benefit from technologies and practices that allow them to create value in a more optimal manner.

The eight volume of the Report of the Committee on Doubling Farmers’ Income (DFI) examines productivity led production, with perspective that farmers must be able to benefit from technologies and practices that allow them to create value in a more optimal manner.

Sub-Saharan African exports of horticultural and processed agricultural products are growing in line with the major shift toward these products in world markets. Continued growth in such exports may be vitally important for expanding returns from African agriculture and for increasing Africa’s overall exports.

A 10-year National Horticulture Development and Marketing Strategy that aimed at enhancing the product and productivity of horticultural products for better commercialization was launched by the Mi

Horticulture Statistics at a Glance, 2017 is an important publications of the Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare. The publication contains detailed coverage of area, production and yield estimates of horticulture crops. It also presents information about prices, market arrivals, value of output, inputs used, imports and exports.

This annual flagship publication released by the Ministry of agriculture is a rich source of data on a wide range of parameters, such as area, production and productivity of various crops across States, land-use statistics, price support and procurement, international trade, credit and insurance.

A glimpse of the price movement of some of the key farm commodities in recent years suggests that while one-off factors like demonetisation may have temporarily dampened the prices at the wholesale

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Mahesh Chandra Saxena Vs. SDMC and Ors dated 18/04/2017 regarding use of recycled treated water of the STP of DJB situated at Qutub Metro Station, Meharauli Gurgaon Road for horticulture use.

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