The Green Revolution as we have seen in the preceding chapters has been a story of technology, scale and government. What has been left out is the diversity of farmers who are involved in agriculture and in particular the role of the women farmers who have always had a central role whether in growing or managing particular crops or in running the farm when the men are away, which is increasingly due to off farm work nearby or longer-term migration to bigger centres or even internationally. This chapter argues that ignoring women as farmers in the provision of support services is a missed opportunity for increasing agricultural production and ensuring food security more generally.