Economics/GS3 - Ramesh Singh - Ch 8 - Agriculture and Food processing

Economics/GS3 - Ramesh Singh - Ch 8 - Agriculture and Food processing

sir plzzz..upload all chapters of ramesh singh
Sir please complete Ramesh Singh economics as you completed spectrum please it is very helpful for poor students who couldn't offer coaching classes please sir
Thank you sir. It is so helpful. Please cover every chapter of Indian economy
Gd sir
Plz sir complete the book
please make videos like this for every chapters of ramesh singh.. it will be really worthful.
The very good step have taken by you to make economy more easy with providing notes. Easy to learn and understand by every stream student whether he or she is from biology or maths. Thank you so much sir for making such video
Thanks sir thank you very much completed 2 chapters 🙏. Sir am struck at "security market in India" is that imp chapter as per IAS syllabus ?? & My optional is not Economics.
Very well explained thanks sir
A very good initiative. Nice lecture. It was very helpful. Please continue the initiative and upload the other chapters soon.
sir please don't stop doing we will share as much as possible...try to make video on art and culture if possible.
Good explanation 70% ok but need improve explanation with current issues. I hoping this from you.. Thank you sir
very very thanks you
thanks sir
Zaid crop is grown in some parts of country during March to June.

 Major Zaid crops in India are Watermelon, Muskmelon, bitter gourd, pumpkin, cucumber  etc.
Sir, I read Sanjiv Verma... Is it necessary to read Ramesh Singh also?
if you can complete the full book just like spectrum , it would be more good.try to make from 1 st chapter. Thank you sir.
I have shared this video with group containing 180 members... please continue it on daily basis to maintain ur quality..
please continue
thank you

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Agro Space

Agricultural economics refers to economics as it relates to the "production, distribution and consumption of [agricultural] goods and services".

The word agriculture is a late Middle English adaptation of Latin agricultūra, from ager, "field", and cultūra, "cultivation" or "growing".