Though India is among the top crop-producing countries across the globe, it suffers from lower crop yields. The major reasons behind this are systemic issues and the lack of micronutrients in Indian soil.

This publication explores various natural and human-induced factors that affect the availability of micronutrients in Indian soil and factors that influence the improper use of micronutrients. It also provides policy-level recommendations to boost the government’s efforts to increase agricultural productivity and its aspiration to achieve the Sustainable Development Goal of “Zero Hunger.”




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