Indian agriculture began by 9000 BCE on north-west India with the early cultivation of plants, and domestication of crops and animals. Indian subcontinent agriculture was the largest producer of wheat and grain.
The crops are pure without fertilisers hence, the crops are fresher and it more healthy. They can be sold with a higher price as it is pure. The waste of the crops can be used as fertilisers for the soil after decomposition.
Primitive style of farming that involves the intensive use of indigenous knowledge, traditional tools, natural resources, and organic fertilisers.

Kummetha Vyshnavi

By Kummetha Vyshnavi

I am K. Vyshnavi belongs to Anantapur. Pursuing final year at BEST Innovation University.

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