Agriculture workers have been used in various industries to make products from the produce of crops that have been genetically modified.
They are often used as part of agro-chemical and fertiliser production and often have to work on large farms where the cost of labour is prohibitive.
India has a population of about 10 billion and a per capita income of about $12,500.
But the country is facing the largest agricultural revolution in human history.
The country has been in a food shortage for decades.
The government is working to alleviate the problems with the agro industry through the Food Security Act of 2002.
The bill requires that farmers produce at least 25 per cent of their crops with genetically modified seeds, which have been approved for use in India, but farmers say they need to produce at much higher levels to be able to sustainably grow their crops.
It also requires them to do so on a large scale to ensure the quality of their food.
This has put a strain on Indian farmers, who are faced with the daunting task of replanting and replanting their crops every two years.
The agricultural labour shortage has pushed many to turn to the agricultural workforce as a source of income.
The main agricultural labour companies are agrochemical companies and fertilisers companies.
Agrochemical workers have traditionally been farmers, and are considered a good source of money.
But in recent years, they have been coming into the workforce to make fertiliser, fertiliser fertiliser and fertilising, or agrochemicals, which are the basic building blocks of fertiliser.
This is partly because fertiliser is cheaper than agro chemicals, but also because agro chemical workers earn a decent wage.
The majority of agrocultural workers in India are from the North-East and West, according to a 2011 study by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR).
The North-east and West have large numbers of farmers, while the North is the poorest region of the country, with only a third of the rural population.
The study found that a total of 27.5 million agricultural labourers were employed in agriculture in 2012-13, of whom 4.8 million were agricultural labourer and 9.2 million were manual labourers.
This was more than the number employed in other manufacturing sectors, which accounted for 2.9 million.
This means that the agricultural labour sector is disproportionately represented in the poorest areas of the nation.
The Indian Council for Agricultural Research estimates that around 12 million people are employed in agricultural labour in India.
The most common occupations in the agricultural sector are farm labourers, farm labourer ploughmen, farmers’ helpers, and labourers working in small-scale and medium-scale farms.
Agriculture workers in the North East and West of India have traditionally worked in the agriculture sector in the rural areas.
The work was usually low-skilled, mostly for the production of seeds and fertilizers.
In the 1990s, the government was able to increase the number of agricultural workers in agriculture from about 7 per cent to almost 12 per cent.
In 2001, India passed the Agro-Agri-Food Security Act to increase access to basic agroecological inputs.
It required agro companies to produce a minimum of 25 per a year of basic agrocollical and agromaterial inputs, and it also required them to ensure that the food they produce meets the needs of the people who work in the sector.
It is important to note that the new Act does not specifically mandate that the government should increase the wages of agricultural labours, as there are still many sectors where the wages are still low.
According to the government, the minimum wage is Rs 5.70 per day, or around $150 per month, and the minimum daily wage for a labourer is Rs 50.
There are also some states where the minimum hourly wage is more than $100 per day.
The minimum wage for agricultural labouring in India is around $600 per month.
Farmers, in turn, are also affected by the increase in the wage.
Farmers in the northern part of the state of Tamil Nadu, where the biggest number of farmers work in agriculture, are not the only ones affected by this increase.
In Tamil Nadu and other parts of the north-east, the average annual wage is around Rs 1,100 per month and farmers have also noticed an increase in their wage.
These changes are not just happening in the north, as a number of other states have also implemented this new law.
According the Ministry of Agriculture, this is not the first time that the Indian government has increased the minimum wages of the agricultural laboury.
In 2015, the Indian Supreme Court ruled that the minimum monthly wage of agricultural labour was a mere “means of livelihood” and that there was no justification for increasing the wage in the case of labourers who were employed as agricultural laboures.
In this case, the Supreme Court also said that the labour force participation rate in India