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define green revolution, white revolution, yellow revolution,golden revolution and blue revolution

Asked by Ishita Kale(parent) , on 12/9/13

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Green Revolution - A significant increase in agricultural productivity resulting from the introduction of high-yield varieties of grains, the use of pesticides, and improved management techniques.


White Revolution - A significant increase in the production of milk.


Yellow Revolution - The growth, development and adoption of new varieties of oilseeds and complementary technologies nearly doubled oilseeds production from 12.6 mt in 1987-88 to 24.4 mt in 1996-97, catalyzed by the Technology Mission on Oilseeds, brought about the Yellow Revolution.


Golden Revolution - A significant increase in the production of honey.


Blue Revolution - Blue Revolution is the water equivalent of the green revolution and primarily refers to the management of water resources that can steer humanity to achieve drinking water and crop irrigation security.

Posted by Krishnanunni(student)on 30/5/12

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BLUE REVOLUTION IS FOR FISH

GREEN REVOLUTION IS FOR CROPS

WHITE REVOLUTION IS FOR MILK

YELLOW REVOLUTION IS FOR OILSEEDS

GOLDEN REVOLUTION IS FOR HONEY

Posted by Srivatsan C(student)on 28/12/12

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Green Revolution - A significant increase in agricultural productivity resulting from the introduction of high-yield varieties of grains, the use of pesticides, and improved management techniques.

White revolution - is the project started by our government for developing dairy industry in our country.

A significant increase in vegetable and fruit production is called golden revolution in India.

Blue revolution started in 1973 in India . It is the management of water resources to achieve drinking water and crop irrigation security which resulted in the emergence of fish culture as a highly productive agricultural activity.The impact of blue revolution has been that the production of fishes has gone up from 600 000 tonnes to 5 million tonnes. It has also lead to the generation of employment and skilled manpower in the fisheries sector.

Posted by Param Sukhadia(student)on 28/12/12

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Green revolution refers to the increase in the production of grains due to the various scientific methods and technologies.

Yellow revolution refers to the increase in the production of oil due to the various scientific methods and technologies.

Blue revolution refers to the increase in the production of fish due to the various scientific methods and technologies.

Golden revolution refers to the increase in the production of vegetable, fruit and other horticulture products.

White revolution refers to the increase in the production of milk due to the various scientific methods and technologies.

Posted by Sumedha Rai(MeritNation Expert)on 13/9/13

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