Indian Farmers Battle With Climate Smart Agriculture

August 11, 2016 09:38 AM
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In several Indian states, farmers are adopting new agricultural practices to protect their crops from the ravages wrought by climate change. Anjana Pasricha visited a village in the northern Haryana state to see how climate smart practices are helping farmers cope with erratic weather patterns, such as excessive or deficient rain, rising temperatures and untimely cold spells.