Experts say government efforts to help struggling farmers are unlikely to be enough to turn the industry around

Ramnath Mahale, a farmer from Nashik in the state of Maharashtra in western Indian, says he struggles to make ends meet.

He is burdened with the equivalent of hundreds of dollars in debts that he cannot afford to repay, taking loans to pay for seeds and fertilisers.

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