What is the Blue Revolution in India?

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The Blue Revolution is similar to the green revolution only that it deals with aquaculture and water preservation for human use. In India, The Blue Revolution has been used for several years for fish production. In 1930's, India produced 600,000 tones of fish and due to Blue Revolution, India produced 1.6 million tones of fish. It has assisted India to produce more fresh water fish.
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It signifies cotton which is one of the main things in India after the independence when the flag was created.
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its right question but .more than green revolution our country need infrastructure to protect all the produce since , more than 30% of production is kept outside warehouses , no proper
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