Economics

Two crops that increased India's agriculture production in the era of Green Revolution were _____.


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Wheat and rice


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The Green Revolution in India was a period when agriculture in India increased its yields due to improved agronomic technology. This revolution allowed to overcome poor agricultural productivity.
It
led to an increase in food grain production mainly in states such as Punjab, Haryana, UP during the early phase.
The new methods in agriculture increased the yield of rice and wheat, which reduced India's dependence on food imports.
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