World Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences

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*I. U. Sheikh, M. T. Banday, A. A. Khan, I. A. Baba and S. Adil


In India there are 115 million operational holdings and about 80 % are marginal and small farmers. The ever increasing population leading to decline in per capita availability of land in the country creating practically no scope for horizontal expansion of land for agriculture. Only vertical expansion is possible by integrating farming components requiring lesser space and time and ensuring reasonable returns to farm families. Because of the shortfall of traditional farming system, it is no longer able to fulfil the requirement of the farmer. Shrinkage in net cultivable area due to increasing population, rapid urbanization, increased environmental pollution and green house gases. Increasing cost of production due to shortage of feed/fodder. Low farm income due to traditional practices. These problems can be overcome by Integrated Farming System instead of monoculture. Because in IFS “there is no waste”, and “waste is only a misplaced resource which can become a valuable material for another product”.

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