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Agriculture in Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh is blessed with rich forest cover, animal resources and wild life besides vast potentiality of agriculture production. The diverse agro climatic condition offers immense scope for cultivation of a wide variety of crops viz. field crops, fruits, vegetables, spices, medicinal and aromatic plants, flowers etc. Important crops grown here are rice, maize, millets, green gram, black gram, mustard, groundnut, sesame, ginger, chilly, vegetables like beans, cucurbits, leafy vegetables, cole crops, brinjal, tomato, orange, pineapple, banana, pear, papaya etc. Potato, sweet potato, colocasia and tapioca are important tuber crops grown by the farmers.....

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1 The secret mission to our 'Agrisnet Portal' lies in delivering an agricultural experience rather than just providing a collection of agricultural products and services. Read all the Activities Governed by Agriculture Department, Arunachal Pradesh

Acronym AGRISNET stands for Agricultural Resources Information Systems Network.

The AGRISNET will give all the necessery general information about agriculture and agricultural sector in the State to the general people. Most importantly the farmers can access all the relevant information pertaining to Agriculture and its related activities to access the information anywhere, anytime through a secured network.....

Arunachal Agriculture at a glance

The basic inputs and elements of Agriculture

Adequate and timely supply of inputs such as seed, fertilizer, pesticides, Agri-tools and implements, credit at reasonable rate to farmers will be provided by the Govt. and other institutions, subject to availability of resources and funds. Grater emphasis will be given to increase the consumption of such inputs for acheiving the targetted increase per unit area productivity. As far as possible use of organic manure/compost will be encouraged to avoid ill effects of inorganic fertilizers.

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