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Indian farmers have many problems working as hurdles in their sustainable growth. Here are  some of the core problems Indian farmers are facing –

1. Land Holdings Structure

India is one of the top countries having huge agriculture land. Indian population is growing consistently since decades. soon India will be the most populated country on the planet. The growing population is directly related with land holding structure in the country. Almost every year agriculture land is being divided in smaller and smaller pices. Due to the fragmentation of agriculture land Indian farmers are facing limitation in using technology, taking benefits of large scale production and many other aspects. These limitations stoping farmers growth in many ways.

2. Use of Innovation and Technology:

In spite of the availability of various agriculture technology many of the farmers are not able to use these technologies due to various reasons like its cost, land structure, return on investment etc. Little or no innovation and technologyis being used in ploughing, sowing, irrigating, weeding, harvesting threshing and transports. Ultimately the limited use of technology is stopping  farmers growth.

3. Poor Soil Quality Management :

The land holding structure in India, uneven rainfall and the lack of awareness in soil quality management is resulting in soil erosion at large scale. Large areas of agricultural land suffer from soil erosion by wind and rainfall. The overall soil quality of Indian agriculture is diminishing year by year. The diminishing soil quality is impacts the final produce and the farmers revenue.

4. Agricultural Marketing:

80% Indian agriculture land belongs to the rural India.  Agriculture marketing in India still continues to be in developing stage. Due to lack of proper marketing structure and facilities Indian farmers have to depend on the traders and middlemen to sell their produce. This poor marketing process has adverse effect on farmers income and their growth.

5. Storage Facilities:

Similar to the agriculture marketing system in india the storage facilities also are in development stage. Due to shortage of storage facilities farmers need to sell their produce at whatever price they get at given time. Specially in case of perishable produce farmers face losses due to lack of storage facilities.

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