Experts have called for incorporation of modern techniques and methods to boost farm productivity as the next revolution in farming, IBNLive reports.
The Deputy Director-General, Crop Science, Indian Council of Agriculture Research, Swapan Datta said at a discussion panel that biotechnology can improve biodiversity and also help with the improvement of farm productivity as well.
NaijaAgroNet gathered that Datta said science and technology can be used to develop value added genetically engineered or modified crops and that crops can support our environment and farmers' need.
S L Kothari, Professor of Botany Department, University of Rajasthan, another member of the panelist laid emphasis on increase in farm productivity so that farmers can get more benefit from crops. Read moreAdmin/LS
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