What was the aim of the green revolution?
THE AIMS OF GREEN REVOLUTION ARE:
1.to increase productivitiy of food
2.to reduce poverty
3.to cultivate economy
Green revolution was introduced to ensure the food security. In india, Dr. M.S Swaminathan is called as "The Father of Green Revolution". Green Revolution is not ecollogically sustainable type of agriculture. Even today it is estimated that about 786 million of people are humgry!! Hunger is not caused by shortage of food and it cannot be eliminated by producing more!!
The 2nd green agriculture revolution is organic farming hardly, first off organic farming is very old so it isn't any revolution. second while the first green revolution increased crop yields organic farming reduces them. third the green revolution ensured there was enough food to support growing human population and organic farming is a hobbie for the rich western countries. if anything the 2nd green revolution is geneticly improved crops which is propably the exact opposite…
White revolution is associated with milk and milk products whilegreen revolution pertains to our higher and assured agricultrual productivity. Norman Borloug and William Gaud are associated with green revolution in india Lal bahadur shastri and ms swaminathan are linked with green revolution and vb kurien is considered father of white revolution we do discuss some other types of revolutions like yellow revolution- sunflower production brown revolution -bee hiving and leather works blue revolution- aquaculture 3…