Expanding global reach of India’s horticulture sector

India is the second largest producer of fruits and vegetables in the world, but hasn't replicated the same success in exports. Centre for Advanced Trade Research analysed the growth opportunities for ...

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Horticulture CDP: Implementation, regional & sectoral issues will matter most

Prof Basanta K. Sahu, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, feels that the targets envisioned in the horticulture Cluster Development Programme (CDP) need to be juxtaposed with the distinct issues faced ...

Horticulture clusters: The manure for India’s agri exports?

The newly launched Horticulture Cluster Development Programme is a central scheme that is likely to bring benefits to the entire horticulture ecosystem. For the program to succeed, it must seek global...

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CDP is the stepping stone to smart horticulture in Bharat

Dr. A. K. Singh, Deputy Director General (horticulture), Indian Council of Agriculture Research, surmises that the cluster development program for horticulture will enable a holistic development of lo...

Horticulture sector must focus on global competitiveness

Prof Sukhpal Singh, IIM Ahmedabad, feels that the horticulture Cluster Development Programme introduced by the government should go beyond the focus on production to identifying new markets, improve t...

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