COVID-19 disrupted the agriculture sector in India, but not agricultural practices

India’s agricultural system is largely based on input-intensive monocropping of staple crops. A study suggests that while COVID-19 disrupted agricultural labor, supply chains, and farmers’ access to credit and markets, the pandemic did not significantly push Indian farmers to adopt more sustainable cultivation practices.India’s agricultural system is largely based on input-intensive monocropping of staple crops. A study suggests that while COVID-19 disrupted agricultural labor, supply chains, and farmers’ access to credit and markets, the pandemic did not significantly push Indian farmers to adopt more sustainable cultivation practices.

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