Small Farms in Rural India Are Using Affordable, High-tech Greenhouses to Adapt to Climate Change

Yadav Bhavanth grows vegetables on family land in the south-central Indian state of Telangana. On this small farm in a drought-prone region, his crop production—and income—depend heavily on seasonal rainfall.

In 2015 and 2016, water shortages threatened his crops. And when the rains came, they were often so heavy that they damaged even the hardier plants, causing disease or infestation.

via Small Farms in Rural India Are Using Affordable, High-tech Greenhouses to Adapt to Climate Change

One comment

  1. ianscyberspace · July 1

    Some villagers use gober gas plants to produce cooking gas where they own cattle. Sometimes they use focused sun rays for cooking too on a receptor.

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