M S Swaminathan used farmers, scientists to make Punjab & Haryana food basket of the country
Friday, 29 September 2023 Professor M S Swaminathan, known as the 'Father of Indian Green Revolution,' played a crucial role in transforming India from a net food grain importer to a leader in food grains production. Collaborating with Nobel Prize winner Norman E Borlaug, Swaminathan introduced high yielding varieties of wheat, mechanized farm tools, irrigation facilities, pesticides, and fertilizers, which revolutionized agriculture in India. With the support of farm scientists, Punjab and Haryana witnessed significant growth in wheat and rice cultivation, leading to increased food grain output and improved farmers' incomes.
MS Swaminathan was a renowned Indian agricultural scientist and the driving force behind India's Green Revolution. He has passed away at the age of 98. Swaminathan was knows as the ‘Father of Economic Ecology’ by the United Nations Environment Programme, Swaminathan's pioneering work in the 1960s...
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