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Application of Indigenous Knowledge in Agriculture in Pandemic Situation

Author(s) Ajit Kumar Singha
Country INDIA
Abstract This article highlights the social, economic and daily life conditions of the global public during the terrible epidemic of Corona virus that started in Wuhan province of China in December 2019. What kind of problems common people had to face in their daily life during this terrible life-destroying and social-disconnecting epidemic situation that has come down abnormally in the lives of common people all over the world has been highlighted here. Food, drink and shelter are one of the three pillars of people’s lives, one of the problems of people during the corona virus was food and what kind of problems arose in the field of farmers and agriculture producing these crops are highlighted here. In this article, the farmers were temporarily deprived of various uses of science and technology in the field of agriculture during the corona period, so the contribution of the indigenous technology and knowledge that the farmers maintained equally in the agricultural field and crop production by using indigenous technology and knowledge as an alternative How it was used in agriculture is presented here. During the Corona period, the public life was disturbed and the common people did not have the supply of various types of chemical substances used daily to maintain the food supply and the prosperity of the crops. However, the advantages and disadvantages faced by farmers in crop production using traditional indigenous methods and knowledge are presented here. The way farmers and their crops did not deprive the common people of food in the quarantine situation during the corona period despite multiple problems is considered as one of the feats to disrupt the public life then and now.
Keywords Pandemic situation, Indigenous knowledge, Agriculture crisis, unemployment, Food supply, Lockdown.
Field Biology > Agriculture / Botany
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-03-13
Cite This Application of Indigenous Knowledge in Agriculture in Pandemic Situation - Ajit Kumar Singha - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.14906
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