By James BagnallThe country is currently suffering through a drought that has claimed the lives of more than half of its farmers, including many of its biggest cities.
India’s annual yield of wheat has fallen by 50% over the past five years, the highest level in more than a decade.
It is also facing serious challenges in ensuring the country’s farmers get the best possible returns for their labour.
This has led to a serious shortage of wheat, which is becoming a major contributor to the countrys growing food insecurity.
As the world is grappling with the consequences of climate change, the agricultural sector is also at the heart of this.
India has more than 1.4 billion acres of wheat cropland, and the number of hectares that are currently covered by wheat is growing at a faster pace than the area of India.
In 2016, about 2.2 million hectares of wheat were planted in India, accounting for 2.4% of the country, according to the Indian Statistical Office.
This is a significant number for a country that has traditionally relied on a large share of its agriculture output to feed its people.
But these numbers have been trending downwards for a while now, and are now on track to fall below 1 million hectares by 2021.
India is also suffering from serious issues in terms of the management of the wheat belt.
While the land is under cultivation, there are large tracts of land that are left unused, and which are not managed to ensure adequate yield.
India is one of the worlds most populous countries, and has the potential to grow wheat for a long time to come.
But with growing population and climate change as the most significant factors in this, the country is facing serious problems.
In an interview with the Economic Times, Mr Srivastava, the Director General of the Centre for International Agricultural Policy Research (CIIAPR), said that the lack of management of wheat on the country has become a huge challenge for the country.
India has about 10,000 kilometres of wheat land, and is currently planning to add another 15,000 km of wheat lands.
This would give the country an area of around 1.2 billion hectares.
The problems of management are not only about the amount of wheat being planted, but also the management and management of land.
According to the CIIAPRs estimate, the current management of 10,890,000 hectares of land is more than the amount that India has been allotted to produce wheat since Independence in 1947.
The number of people working on wheat is also an issue.
According a CIIAPIR report, there were about 3.6 million farmers working on the wheat sector in 2016, a number that is expected to grow to more than 4 million by 2021, up from 2.5 million currently.
While many people are happy to work on the fields of wheat and the fields around it, there is a growing demand for labour, particularly as the number and quality of the agricultural inputs have been deteriorating.
According to the report, the demand for labor has been on the rise, and that this has resulted in a shortage of people to perform tasks.
The report said that in the past two years, demand for labourers increased by 30%, which is an increase of 8% compared to the previous two years.
In the past decade, there has been a sharp increase in the number working on a single project.
For the first time in history, the labour demand has increased in a year.
The report said the increase in demand for laborers is not just about supply and demand.
In addition, it also shows a trend of increasing labour shortage.
For example, while there was an increase in labour demand in 2016 and 2017, it decreased in 2017, which shows that demand has declined.
This trend is also reflected in the rate of labour shortage, which has been steadily increasing.
According the report: “It is expected that the rate and duration of labour shortages will increase, due to the ongoing shift to automated farming and mechanised production.
It may be possible to manage the supply of labor through automation, but the supply will continue to be a challenge.”
Mr Srivakas point is that the shortage of manpower is not only a problem for the farming sector, but it is also a problem that the country as a whole faces.
He said that there are many other factors that need to be taken into account in order to make sure that the economy can support the demands of the population.
This article was first published on Bleacherreport.com.
It has been republished with permission.