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Journal: International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (IJHSS) (Vol.3, No. 1)

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Page : 11-18

Keywords : Organic; Agriculture; Farming; Problems and Prospects;

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Green Economy is the need of today as it results in improved human well being while reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities. But, Green Revolution in the post-independence era has shown the way for self sufficiency in food, but sustaining agricultural production against finite natural resources demands a shift from ‘resource degrading’ chemical agriculture to ‘resource protective’ organic agriculture This paper is an attempt to analyses the need of organic farming for having benefits of green economy as leads to conservation of natural resources, improved soil fertility and water quality, prevention of soil erosion etc with special reference to India. Further it explains major constraints in adopting large scale organic farming and the prospects that are available in a country like India and also some suggestive measures to promote organic agriculture in India

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