Millets farming in Anantapur: Social Economic Development of Marginalized Farmers Redefined

Authors : Abinav Rao

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 7 - July

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With climate change, land degradation, excessive use of fertilizers, and unsustainable ground water levels, marginalized farmers are changing their noble farming profession in becoming daily labor also majority of them are migrating outside of their birthplace.This study’s first objective is about Anantapur (second worst drought-prone district in India), challenges faced by small, marginalized farmers; second objective brings in how millets can be re-introduced with regenerative farming integrating sheep to support farming and additional source of income, besides income from carbon credits; final objective is to bring good health to marginalized farmers and their families, reduce suicide rates and ultimately financial independence supporting India’s ambition of millets farming and climate change.

Keywords : Agriculture, ESG, Millets, Sustainable, Regenerative Farming, Carbon Credits, Climate Change, Drought, Farmer Suicide, marginalized.


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