MUMBAI – New research has addressed the thorny issue of incomes for cotton farmers in India. Focused on the Indian state of Maharashtra – the country’s largest cotton growing state but which also has the lowest yield domestically – the report outlines a strategy aimed to doubling the net household income of Indian farmers. Among recommendations, the report suggests high density planting and lint-based marketing as, “possible game-changing approaches in addressing farmer livelihoods.”
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