Mitigation Strategies for Climate Change in Indian Subcontinent Mitigation Strategies for Climate Change in Indian Subcontinent

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Debabrata Mondal

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The empirical investigation of the study found that the study areas are losing land gradually and decrease the non-timber fiber product such as honey and wax. Side by side farmers who cultivated crops, migrated to the cities and town to generate employment as because the climatic condition is not suitable for cultivation. To mitigate the effects to climatic change, short-term strategies such as avenue plantations, construction of major and medium projects, and soil and water conservation measures may serve to minimize the climatic hazards. Paddy is the main crop for the farmers in Aman/Kharif season. Matla, Hamilton, No nasal, Nona bokra, Kumargor, Getu, etc., are salinity tolerant varieties known to the farmers for many years. These varieties were practiced earlier, but due to low yield, people shifted to HYVs. People must be trained to develop their capability toward preparedness and mitigation measures.

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MONDAL, Debabrata. Mitigation Strategies for Climate Change in Indian Subcontinent. Agricultural Extension Journal (AEXTJ), [S.l.], v. 2, n. 01, apr. 2018. ISSN 2521-0408. Available at: <http://aextj.com/index.php/aextj/article/view/53>. Date accessed: 17 nov. 2018.
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