Led by village headman Krusna Kadraka and Dasara Kadraka in an earlier mission to collect lost millet varieties, the women of Kadarguma prepare to walk to their clan families in remote hamlets. (Photo by Manipadma Jena)
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By Manipadma Jena*, Niyamgiri Hills, Odisha During a participatory appraisal helping Dongria Kondhs to cope with climate change, the ancient tribal community mulled which of their grains could grow un...
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I feel the wealth and security of the country comes from its land and hence what is needed is sustainable, high-tech and high-productivity agriculture which will be remunerative and help provide both food and energy security for the country. I believe that precision agriculture will help bring in the next green revolution to Indian agriculture.