The dryland of the Deccan Plateau in India support wide variate of agricultural crops including sorghum, a range of millets, pulses and oilseeds, all of which grow under rainfed conditions. This rich cultivated biodiversity enables small farmers to deal with the dynamic complexity of their drought prone environments.
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Produced by: The DDS Community Media Trust, P.V. Satheesh and Michel Pimbert (2008). Affirming Life and Diversity. Rural images and voices on Food Sovereignty in sout India . IIED, London.