The following booklet titled “Agricultural Investment” was published on September 14, 1993, and was authored by Dr. G.V.K. Rao. Highlighting the importance of the Agriculture sector in India, the author describes the inconsistent growth of agricultural output post-independence. He writes that the slackening growth of agriculture output in the eighties can be attributed to the sector’s decline in investments. Hence, in order to come out of such a quandary, the author proposes high investments in agriculture technology. According to him, some of the areas which could be considered for long-term investment include water management, tissue culture, poultry development, drip irrigation, food processing, afforestation, agricultural exports, and horticulture development. Concerning the resource mobilization for such investments, the author mentions that funds for investment in the private and public sectors should come from financial institutions and budgetary resources, respectively. In addition to this, he provides auxiliary suggestions for mobilizing additional resources to fund agriculture investments. Finally, he discusses some other issues related to institutional credit in the agriculture sector, such as improving the effectiveness of investments, strengthening the capacity of financial institutions, and increasing unit costs of investments over the years.