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Main types of cropping system:
In this practice, only one crop is grown on farmland year after year.
In March this year, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) released its report “The State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture 2019”, which flagged the growing practice of monoculture, cultivation of a single crop at a given area, in food production around the world.
Only 9 plant species account for almost two-thirds of total crop production.
In many parts of the world, biodiverse agricultural landscapes have been, or are being, replaced by large areas of monoculture, farmed using large quantities of external inputs such as pesticides, mineral fertilizers and fossil fuels.
Under this practice, farmers grow two or more crops in their farms in one year with intensive input management practices.
This practice includes:
Inter-cropping: In inter-cropping, farmers grow two or more crops simultaneously on the same field in one year.
Mixed-cropping: This practice involves planting two or more plants simultaneously in the same field, interdigitating the crops so that they grow together.
Sequence farming: It involves growing crops in sequence within a crop year, one crop being sown after the harvest of the other.
Primitive Subsistence Farming:
This type of farming is a ‘slash and burn’ agriculture, it is practised on small patches of land with the help of primitive tools like hoe, dao and digging sticks, and family/community labour.
It depends upon monsoon, natural fertility of the soil and suitability of other environmental conditions to the crops grown.
In this, farmers clear a patch of land and produce cereals and other food crops to sustain their family.
When the soil fertility decreases, the farmers shift and clear a fresh patch of land for cultivation.
It allows nature to replenish the fertility of the soil through natural processes; land productivity in this type of agriculture is low as the farmer does not use fertilisers or other modern inputs.
Intensive Subsistence Farming:
Intensive Subsistence Farming is practised in areas of high population pressure on land.
In this type, high doses of biochemical inputs and irrigation are used to obtain higher production.
In this type of farming, higher doses of modern inputs, e.g. high yielding variety (HYV) seeds, chemical fertilisers, insecticides and pesticides are used to obtain higher productivity.
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I noticed so many sites are misguiding you about PRE and MAINS cutoffs .
I request you not give attention to these cutoff as these are not offical one .
Let me tell you the offical one for the HR as I m from this field so i remembered that one only
PRE general : 62
SC 58 ( doesnt exactly remembered this )
Other then this I took the screenshot of the Mains cutoff from the offical site at that time ...that i will share with anyone who need that please share ur email in the comment section
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