Green Revolution and GMOs

By Gregory Lombardi

Causes of the Bengal famine of 1943

The Country of India has different farms for different seasons, the farms were called aman, aus, and boro. The farm aman was responsible for the majority of India's food and it was destroyed by a cyclone. Afterwards disease, floods, and rains came destroying the farm of aman even more. India's population had no food for the entire year of 1943.

Three Basic Elements of the Green revolution

Positive results

Two Positive results of the green revolution

1. The green revolution made India produce a ton of grain establishing India as one of the highest agriculture producers in the world.

2. Each unit of farmland produced 30% more than before between 1947 and 1979

Positive (Economic, Sociological, or Political results) of the green revolution.

Two limitations Of the Green Revolution

1. India does not import any food and the country isn't self dependent.

2. India still has a large amount of citizens suffering of famine.

The Green Revolution: Waging A War Against Hunger
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Pros and Cons of Genetically Modified Organism

5 Postive Effects of GMOS

1. Disease Resistance

2. Larger produce

3. Larger Yield

4. Environment sustainability

5. Produce lasts longer after Harvested

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5 Negative Effects of GMOS

1. Decreased nutritional value.

2. Antibiotic Resistance

3. Food allergy

4. Increased Toxicity

5. Kills Creatures that require protein or other substances for food

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