In general, agriculture is one of the most important sectors that play an important role in the Indian Economy. Currently, the Indian agriculture sector experiences a lot of changes as well as the accounts up to eighteen percent of India's GDP (gross domestic product). This also offers employment to more than fifty percentages of our countries workforce. Obviously, India is the most popular countries in spices, wheat, rice, cereals production. Most importantly, the need for agricultural inputs as well as allied service is also increasing in the fast manner.
Now there are different schemes available that also help in increasing organic cutlers as well as now chemical free inputs also provided for farmers. Apart from that, the Indian government is also aiming to raise farmer’s income in the recent years. Due to the rising population, the Indian food industry is also poised for rapid growth at the same time the Indian food market is also reaches world’s 6th largest position.
India is also expected to cover the exact goal of farm income in the upcoming year and also expected to initiate the great momentum in the farming infrastructure that including cold storage, warehousing facilities, irrigation facilities etc. In addition to this genetically modified crop usage will improve the yield of farmers. India is also going forward to adopt quality assurance mechanism including TOM, HACCP, and GHP etc.