By Milkha S. Aulakh, Cynthia A. Grant
Long term safeguard of the worldwide foodstuff offer calls for a stability among expanding construction and environmental sustainability. either nutrient scarcities and surpluses alike can threaten this stability. built-in Nutrient administration for Sustainable Crop creation examines the demanding situations of handling either natural and inorganic nutrient resources in agricultural platforms the place meals are poor or in extra supply. via a mix of theoretical and utilized wisdom, this assortment offers a pragmatic knowing of ways any kind of creation procedure can effectively undertake built-in nutrient administration (INM). Read more...
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Reprinted with permission. deteriorate appreciably. Therefore, the right balance has to be found between food production, food quality, and protection of the environment. Soil Fertility Degradation. In stark contrast to the introduction of excess N into an ecosystem, insufficient nutrient application is detrimental to soil fertility. This situation is particularly critical in SSA, where transport and other distribution costs prevent most farmers from accessing manufactured fertilizers and other nutrient sources at affordable prices.
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