All stories by Surinder Sud
Why Are Milk Prices So High?Rediff.com29 Mar 2023
It would not be surprising if India, the world's largest producer of milk, has to resort to imports to meet the elevated summer demand, states Surinder Sud.
How quinoa became the world's fave superfoodRediff.com27 Oct 2020
Quinoa is said to play a role in the treatment of as many as 20-odd ailments, including liver problems, angina, notes Surinder Sud.
Why nutri-cereals are good for youRediff.com18 May 2018
Cereals like millets can help alleviate malnutrition and improve public health, reports Surinder Sud.
Giving women in farming and fisheries their dueRediff.com21 Nov 2017
Women's share of work in these industries is over 50 per cent, yet they are paid much less than their male counterparts.
Heard the buzz about stingless bees?Rediff.com26 Sep 2017
It is a grossly underexplored but highly lucrative branch of beekeeping for India.
The trouble with agricultural start-upsRediff.com16 Aug 2017
Agri-enterprises are finding it hard to expand due to lack of commercial guidance.
Cracking India's coconut puzzleRediff.com24 Jul 2017
Value addition is one of the chief requirements for coconut to become a commercially lucrative crop. Surinder Sud reports.
Should India stop growing sugarcane?Rediff.com20 Apr 2017
Although the crop devours water, it remains important for India, reports Surinder Sud.
When will you speak on GM crops, Mr Modi?Rediff.com24 Feb 2015
The future of the GM tech in India is still uncertain.
How India can reap the benefits of nanotechRediff.com22 Jul 2014
Nanotechnology has remarkable applications in a variety of spheres, including agriculture, animal husbandry and natural resources management.