Covid-19 Research

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COVID-19 and Indian Agriculture

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Namera Thahaby*, Afzal Hoque Akand, Abdul Hai Bhat, Shabeer Ahmed Hamdani and Munjid Maryam

Dates: Received: 2021-02-16 | Accepted: 2021-03-06 | Published: 2021-03-08
Pages: 132-135


Marked as a dark swan occurrence and compared to the monetary scene of World War Two the flare-up of COVID-19 has detrimentally affected worldwide medical care frameworks with a gradually expanding influence on each part of human life. Despite all the measures taking into account proceeding with limitations on developments of individuals and vehicular traffic, concerns have been raised with respect to negative ramifications of COVID-19 pandemic on the farm economy. With an expanding populace, there is a relating ascend in food request in India. A post-COVID circumstance offers that one of a kind chance to repurpose the current food and farming strategies for a more beneficial population. India, being trade surplus on objects like rice, meat, milk objects, tea, plant objects, and so forth might also additionally take benefit of the fortunate breaks via way of means of sending out such objects with a strong agri-trades policy. Development of fare steady framework and coordination would require ventures and backing of the private division that will be in the drawn out interests of ranchers in boosting their income. This is for sure uplifting news in the COVID situation, accepting agribusiness can rehearse to a great extent unscathed. Designing rural arrangements, post-COVID situation, must incorporate these goals for a food frameworks change in India. The end of the lockdown won’t end the issues. The need of great importance is to amplify potential outcomes of agriculture, which has shown its utility and flexibility in attempting times.

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© 2021 Thahaby N, et al. Distributed under Creative Commons CC-BY 4.0

How to cite this article

Thahaby N, Akand AH, Bhat AH, Hamdani SA, Maryam M. COVID-19 and Indian Agriculture. J Biomed Res Environ Sci. 2021 Mar 08; 2(3): 132-135. doi: 10.37871/jbres1202, Article ID: jbres1202

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