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HORICULTURE AS A MEANS OF LIVELIHOOD, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND HEALTH CARE
INTRODUCTION
The basic human necessities are three, they are food, shelter and cloth. Plants serve the needs for these three necessities. Among these basic things of life, food plays an important role. Foods are the soul of life. Horticulture plants supplies the major food or nutrients essential for our body.
HORICULTURE - MEANS OF LIVELIHOOD
Horticulture is the practice of growing and manipulating plants in a relatively intensive manner. This process serves as a livelihood for many people in the world. Before a decade nearly 71% of the men in India were practicing agriculture as their livelihood. But now only 50% are involved in agriculture, the rest are under the influence of IT fields.
The soul of life (food) is essential not only for humans but for every living-being. As the horticulture products serves the major nutrient content in human diet these product should satisfy the demands of the people. So the manufacture of these products should be the livelihood of some people. Man never stops consuming food until his last breath. So the demand for food never falls down. No one says they don’t need food for their life because it is very essential for our life.   So, farmers can have horticulture as their livelihood for better income by using new technologies in the method of cultivation. Every business has good profit till it has good demand. When everyone needs food every day there will be no reduction in the demand so hardly there will be loss in the business.
HORICULTURE MEANS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
In ancient time flowers, fruits and vegetables were grown only in home grounds but now they are grown in orchards in large quantities on a commercial scale. Horticulture in India contributes around 24% of our nation’s GDP. India stands 2nd in fruits and veggies production in the world. Government supports in the form of plan outlays for horticultural development. It has increased from...

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