Indian farming getting resistant to climate change : Pawar

Business Standard: Despite recurring droughts and floods in various parts of the country, because of changing climatic patterns, Indian agriculture is gradually developing a semblance of resistance to changing weather patterns. India's total annual foodgrain production has seldom dropped below 200 million tonnes since 2005-06, despite suffering drought or floods in some parts of the country, including the worst drought in more than 30 years in 2009. Also Read Related Stories News Now -Farmers' suicide a serious......

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