Sri Lanka is a developing country whose agricultural contribution to the economic sector is 11 per cent, and Greenhouse gas emission from the agricultural sector is 25.1 per cent. In reducing GHG emissions, it is essential to consider maintaining fertile soil and restoring degraded land. As a developing country, it is complicated to implement some of the agricultural sector’s advanced techniques. But this article is beneficial to understand simple ways to reduce GHG emissions in the agricultural sector. Adaptation to climate change is also an important part to identify the available GHG emitting sources.