Green revolution: Changing land use pattern in Hisar districtAuthor(s):
Vikash Punia, Dr. Dharmendra Singh and Dr. Shyam Sunder KhinchiAbstract:
India is the country of agriculture. At present time more than 50% population is agriculture dependent and 15% contribution of agriculture in Gross Domestic Production. After independence India was struggling with food security. But in the 1960 Green Revolution took place in India. It changed the agronomic technology and land use pattern. In this context, the work is an attempt to analyze the changing village land use and cropping pattern in an agriculturally developed district of Hisar in Haryana under impact of Green Revolution. Data for the paper has collected from secondary sources like H.A.U. Hisar and international agency of agricultural development as well as from Patwari Records, Revenue Records etc. and randomly selected 35 villages. A few crops are effecting by the Green Revolution.Pages: 49-52 | Views: 245 | Downloads: 14Download Full Article: Click Here
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Vikash Punia, Dr. Dharmendra Singh, Dr. Shyam Sunder Khinchi. Green revolution: Changing land use pattern in Hisar district. Int J Geogr Geol Environ 2021;3(1):49-52.