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Production pattern and Green Revolution


, : Production pattern and Green Revolution. Indian agriculture: 309-334

The period 1964/65-1970/71 was a landmark in the history of agricultural development in India. A very good year (1964/65) was followed by the worst drought in the country's history. High yielding varieties of various food grains were introduced during 1967/68 which was a good year for farming. This was followed by three good monsoons. This paper examines a number of changes that have taken place in production patterns over this six year period.

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