1Former Head, ICAR CSWCRTI, Research Centre, Agra, India
2Water and Environment Interaction Specialist, India
*Corresponding Author: RC Yadav, Former Head, ICAR CSWCRTI, Research Centre, Water and Environment Interaction Specialist, India.
Received: April 25, 2018; Published: June 13, 2018
Citation: RC Yadav. “Racy Nature (Land and Water)-SIMM (System of Intensification of Minor Millets) Combo Endowed with Eco-Zero Weeding Towards Quantum Mechanics Based Agriculture for Arid and Semi-arid Climatic Zones". Acta Scientific Agriculture 2.7 (2018).
It will be an ideal and feasible endeavour to develop a system of intensification of minor millets (SIMM) with reasonably high yields under severity of vagaries of rains in arid and semi-arid regions. This system should alleviate food and starvation that will be insurance for getting relief from famine like situations. The objective of this study was to devise a panacea Agri-technology named RACY-SRI COMBO for intensification of minor millet as 4G technology for upland agriculture where paddy cannot be cultivated. The present study aimed at devising land and water management practices to produce crops and composition of practice to conduct secondary natural resources towards crop growth. Application of the scientific facts and principle of irrotational mechanics make it as quantum agriculture. The new yield plateaus were derived and other food commodities enabled. Thus, although coarse grain, but nutritionally rich minor millet grains can be processed to produce food of liking, palatable for the people. The RACY NATURE-SIMM COMBO will enable produce tremendous volume of grains that will enable making available processed nutrient rich foods for large population. This innovative technology will alleviate food scarcity during unprecedented years of drought, hence it will create global livelihood as well as insurance against starvations during famines.
Keywords: Arid and Semi-Arid Regions; Climate Change Food and Nutritional Security Human Needs; Nature Agriculture; Minor Millets and SRI
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