Green Revolution in India One Liner Questions & Answers


Question Answer
1 The Green Revolution was the result of the adaptation of the new Agricultural Strategy, which was introduced in the 20th century during decades of – Sixties
2 The term ‘Evergreen Revolution’ has been used for increasing agricultural production in India by – M.S. Swaminathan
3 Norman Ernest Borlaug who is regarded as the father of the Green Revolution is from which country? United States of America
4 Norman Borlaug was given the Nobel Prize in which field? Peace
5 The ‘Father of Green Revolution’ in the world is – Norman E. Borlaug
6 Who was closely associated with the Green Revolution? Dr. Swaminathan
7 Green revolution means – High-yield variety program
8 The Green Revolution is related to – Wheat production
9 The impact of the Green Revolution was felt most in the production of – Wheat
10 After Independence India progressed maximum – In the production of Wheat
11 Which crop was the mainly used in the Green Revolution? Mexican wheat
12 As a result of the Green Revolution’ the yield per hectare of wheat touched the record figure of – 2000 kg
13 The Pink Revolution is associated with – Onion
14 The Black Revolution is related to the – Crude oil production
15 “Blue Revolution” is related to – Fish production
16 Zero Till Seed cum-Fertilizer Drill was developed at –
G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar