Indian textiles in the global agriculture within the framework of the rapid growth

For agriculture, horticulture, forestry and fisheries sectors of the textile agricultural growth on a global scale. These margins of the textile sector-driven growth, by increasing productivity and reducing the demand for chemicals to achieve. In India, agriculture is a significant textile sector, textile techniques in the consumption of significant aspects occupy the position. At the international level, agriculture is expected from the textile market in 2005, 1.615 million tons (6.5 billion U.S. dollars) in 2010 increased to 1.958 million tons (8.1 billion U.S. dollars), an average annual growth rate reached 3.9 percent. Developing countries such as China, Brazil and India reached an average growth rate of 7.8 percent, the demand for textile products for agriculture is expected to rise sharply.

Agriculture textiles to prevent soil dry and therefore able to increase crop yields, improve product quality. Such textiles to protect farmers pest attacks. Agricultural textiles, such as shelter network and thermal heating of greenhouse screen to ensure that 40 percent of the energy savings. Farmers found that use of agricultural textiles to improve the quality of fruit, so that uniform color and prevent staining.