NABARD's state focus paper 2014-15 for the state of Madhya Pradesh (MP) focuses on two important aspects viz., estimation of sectoral potential for credit on a scientific and rational basis to provide a development perspective for the State, as also suggesting an incisive coverage of critical infrastructure requirements and gaps to be bridged for development of each of the sectors. Read full text.

This draft Uttar Pradesh agriculture policy 2013 published by the Government of Uttar Pradesh aims to achieve sustainable growth in agricultural production and productivity for assured food and nutritional security.

This state agriculture policy notified by the Orissa government has provision to enhance the subsidy on private irrigation projects to 75 per cent of total cost and for community irrigation project, the rebate will be up to 90 per cent.

This report on the State of Indian Agriculture calls for wide-ranging reforms in agriculture sector to enable it to meet the growing demands and meet the challenges posed by various human and environmental factors.

This paper presents FAO’s work on energy in relation to specific components of the agrifood chain. It complements two recent publications, Energy-Smart Food for People and Climate Issues Paper and the policy brief, Making the Case for Energy-Smart Food.

Growing population and rise in income level will lead to increase in demand of high-value agriculture (HVA) produce that includes fruits, vegetables, meat, eggs, milk, fish and value-added food products. The annual growth rate in domestic demands for fruits
and vegetables is estimated at 3.34% and 3.03% respectively. The required growth rates to meet projected demands in the horticulture sub-sector for 2050 may be lower than the growth already achieved during 1998–99 to 2006–07.

This State of Indian Agriculture 2011-2012 released by the Agriculture Ministry calls for wide-ranging reforms in agriculture sector to enable it to meet the growing demands and meet challenges posed by the human & environmental factors.

The study highlights the losses occurring along the entire food chain, and makes assessments of their magnitude. Further, it identifies causes of food losses and possible ways of preventing them. The results of the study suggest that roughly one-third of food produced for human consumption is lost

This guide stresses that low-income, food-deficit countries have been hit hard by high food prices in recent years. Many of these countries have to pay larger food import bills when food prices are soaring.

This module on Women's Knowledge in Agriculture serves as guide in documenting women's indigenous and traditional knowledge, roles and practices in crop production, post-harvest processing and livestock keeping.