Increasing Milk Production to Conserve Groundwater in India
New Agriculturalist, Thursday 12 July 2012

During the green revolution, irrigation was a major catalyst that significantly increased the production of rice, wheat and fodder in Moga District, in India's Punjab State. Almost the entire cultivable area of the State of Punjab is now irrigated from canals and groundwater; as a result crop productivity in the State is one of the highest in the country. But current levels of groundwater exploitation are unsustainable, and increasing demand for water has become a limiting factor for maintaining agricultural growth.

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