Saturday, December 31, 2011

Importance of Agriculture - Priyamani


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Priyamani is a student of Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture & Technology. GBPUA&T is the first agricultural university of India. It was inaugurated by Jawaharlal Nehru on 17 November 1960 as the Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University (UPAU). Later the name was changed to Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology in 1972 in memory of the great freedom fighter Govind Ballabh Pant. The University lies in the campus-town of Pantnagar in the district of Udham Singh Nagar in the state of Uttarakhand. The university is regarded as the harbinger of Green Revolution in India....

Agriculture is a great source of food for the humanity. We plough in the fields and sow the seed. We grow grain, fuel, vegetable, fruit and food for the animals too. Farming is the essential tool for the survival of human race. Science has played its vital role for the development of this universe. Science has given so many methods and tools for the farming as well as for the medicine. It is possible to produce goods without disease due to science. We are getting suitable production.

Moreover, the agricultural sector plays an important role in the sphere of providing large scale employment to people. Large and moderately large farms employ workers to undertake the various jobs relating to cultivation of crops and care of farm animals. In most of the countries of the world, agriculture still remains the biggest sector responsible for the employing and feeding a large percentage of the population.

Government farm grants can be used for anything farm related, whether it's purchasing new land, building a new barn, or repairing buildings that have been falling apart. The farm can be used for personal use or be a small family run business, the goal is simply to keep the country's agriculture strong. As long as the people who apply for the grants meet the grant's specified requirements, they can use the money however they see fit to keep themselves and their farm in business.