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As I was brought up in a farmer's household. My grandfather was a small farmer. I have understood his problems on agriculture products. I have trained through the irrigation-canal systems. He was depended on a few hand pumps. Like my grandfather throughout the world farmers are playing a vital role in supporting their families.

Hence, I stressed to focus in this article. How agriculture will contribute to uplift the economic growth? How agriculture is impacting on farmers' income? Why still they constantly dedicated to work hard, but unfortunately, their voices are still not known. There are one thousand thousand of farmers who are still stripped of resources.

I have attempted to focus here what is the trend for the debasement of the soil fertility? Economic system? How can we amend a new technology to improve water distribution systems globally? I have similarly sought to focus through this article. If farmers' losses production due to cyclones, droughts. What will they induce to do get compensated? There is another issue to debate, however. Why it is so important to resolve subsidies

I want to emphasize two major points here. Normally they ask for subsidy in fertilizers and exports.

Trust me, most vulnerable farmers' living standards will never amend. If there is not enough solid ground to absorb the labor force in agriculture. We endure to think if the contribution of agriculture's Gross Domestic Product presently stands more percent. Will benefits enough to justify the substantial financial investment to make farmers' markets? Yes, farmers need the market to trade their merchandise. Only just the markets can't be anticipated to contribute to price stability. I require to focus some following issues related to agribusiness. If there is a lack of easy access to finance, poor farming technologies, poor quality of fertilizer and lack of efficient agricultural marketing are some of the major reasons for the low yield.

Another problem for many farmers around the earth is an inadequate road and insufficient electrification and the cost of production of the products. Nevertheless, there is very limited credit allocation. And altogether in all the same financial institutions aren't mobilized enough. Additional funds for loans, sometimes at subsidized interest rates, are not so well active. If we fail to cope with the rise in demand for food grains. Farmers' income will never get improved. I am as well, trying to emphasize policies that should make agriculture an attractive income profession. Even when farmers produce saleable surpluses, they have to fight to earn sales in the rich markets.

I want to tell through this article. If payment for cash crops is immediate as vegetables sell at a time. It will ensure immediate payment constraints. It will also help to make cash-allocation decisions about fertilizer use. In fact, in South Asia the indiscriminate usage of fertilizers was the poser for the degradation of the soil fertility.

Lower yields should not be interpreted as indicating lower productivity among farmers. Even as we totally recognize that farmers are essential to increasing the production and distribution of food. But even yet, farmers are often among the most hapless. Agricultural-based economic reforms are required to prepare for greater global food security. I think, farmers have to struggle together, to provoke social and economic profits. My article's main objective is keeping abreast. What we lack is proper policy, cutting down bureaucratic difficulties and reforms. My other suggestion is with less money for new plans, efforts like the microfinance policies is likewise very important.

Even so, due to various constraints farmers have not been capable to build up their capacities for fuller productive contributions in an economic activity.

As poverty in Asia and Africa is closely associated with lack of access to resources such as land, credit, agricultural inputs, technology.
Their productive capacities have remained limited.

One of the biggest production problems is the large number of diseases that attacks the crop.

Policymakers need to acquire a policy. For effective regulatory systems. Efficient education on crop protection methods, are totally significant. So, I demand to resolve subsidy issue.

Equally, I have focused here if land is the primary source of income for farmers. Farmers need to possess more land and more aid. If they can be involved in all economic processes and at all stages of decision-making power. All of these issues are important to the whole approach when it comes to agricultural growth. Thus, I think we need to address the root causes of the problem to solve the problem.

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Journalist, poet and editor Kamala Sarup specializes in reporting news and writing stories covering Freedom, Peace, Public health, Democracy, Women/Children, development, justice and advocacy from her location inside the United States. Human (more...)

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