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How should agriculture and food sciences work be scheduled in the state?
Here are further guidelines.
What agriculture and food sciences work activities should you do every month?

If you recommend any resource outside or inside the state for agriculture and food sciences guidelines, you must display their Internet address.

Guidelines must be in question-and-answer format in the English language.
Guidelines essentially must have staple food guidelines.

Should fruit trees and grain fields be located within the city?

Should animal farms be located within the city?

What cities are at risk of crisis due to bad planning?
New York, Chicago, London, Delhi, San Francisco, Mumbai, other similar cities.

What crops should you grow?
You should focus on wheat, paddy, corn, beans, potatoes, apples, and bananas. Other grains, pulses, vegetables, and fruits should get second consideration.

You should focus on consumable protein like poultry eggs, poultry meat, mutton, beef, fish, and milk.
Poultry egg production and poultry meat production is a large-scale project.
Take a look at this.

What are the essential ingredients of an economy?
A. Food.
B. Clothing.
C. Construction.
D. Maintenance services.
E. Health care.
F. Security.
G. Transportation.
H. Consumer goods.
I. Communications.
J. Education.

What is essential is each sector, starting from the highest priority to the lowest?
A. Food: Drinkable water, grains, pulses, vegetables, fruits, consumable protein like eggs, poultry, mutton, beef, fish, milk, edible oil, sugar, salt, spices.
B. Clothing: Climate-specific clothing.
C. Construction: State planning and development, water, energy resources, building materials, buildings, roads, railways, airports, others.
D. Maintenance services: Water reservoirs, food warehouses, clothing, buildings, energy resources, railways, road maintenance.
E. Health care: Competent medical doctors who can offer correct diagnoses and treatment, nursing, social service, lab techs, operating theaters, intensive care units, supportive resources and services for medical doctors. Hospital Supplies.
F. Security: Intelligence.
G. Transportation: Railways, trucks, ships, airlines, tractors, buses, electric vehicle.
H. Consumer goods: Cooking ranges, cooking utensils, refrigerators, janitorial items.
I. Communications: Internet, satellite, telephone, postal service.
J. Education: Industry-specific, situation-specific education training and development.