J Cyril Kanmony

J Cyril Kanmony
PG and Research Centre, Scott Christian College,
Nagercoil 629001
India

Publications
  • Review Article
    The 50th year of green revolution - Why this cataclysmic turn after 1995?
    Author(s): J Cyril KanmonyJ Cyril Kanmony

    In India a pilot scheme called Intensive Agricultural District Programme (IADP) was introduced in seven districts in 1960-’61. However, the modern agricultural technology called High Yielding Varieties Programme (HYVP) or simply Green Revolution was introduced throughout the country in 1967-68. The introduction of HYVP transformed the ‘ship-to-mouth’ Indian economy into a ‘ship-to-others’ economy. The production of agricultural products, cereals in particular, increased tremendously after the introduction of HYVP. The total cereals production increased to 162 million tonnes in 1990-’91 from a mere quantity of 62 million tonnes in 1960-’61. It further increased to more than 235 million tonnes in 2015-’16. As cereals production increased the total food production also increased; it increased from 82 million tonnes in 1960-’61 to 176 .. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2315-7844.1000224

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