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Crisis in Punjab Agriculture

The seeds of the recent decline of Punjab agriculture were in the manner of its growth in the 1960s and 1970s: unsustainable technology, overmechanisation, monoculture, etc. But though state-sponsored green revolution went wrong in some ways, there is a role for the state in resolving the present crisis.

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