Green-revolution definition

Green revolution is defined as an increase in crop production because of the use of new varieties of seeds, the use of pesticides and new agricultural techniques.

When a developing country first gets the use of chemical pesticides to kill bugs and fertilizers to encourage growth of crops, and the crop growth dramatically increases in that country, this is known as a green revolution.

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The simultaneous development of new varieties of food plants and improved agricultural techniques, resulting in greatly increased crop yields.
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The application of science to increasing agricultural productivity, including the breeding of high-yield varieties of grains, the effective use of pesticides, and improved fertilization, irrigation, mechanization, and soil conservation techniques.
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A significant increase in agricultural productivity beginning in the 1940s and resulting from the introduction of high-yield varieties of grains, the use of pesticides, and improved management techniques.
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