Soil Fertility Management Through Bioresource Technology

authored by: R. Singaravel & V. Prasath
ISBN: 9789395763080 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 144 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2023
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 12 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 340 GMS
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Keywords

Sustainable agriculture, Organic farming practices, Soil enrichment techniques, Microbial inoculants, Biofertilizers, Crop nutrition management, Plant growth-promoting microbes, Nutrient cycling, Soil health optimization, Microbial consortia, Biostimulants for crops, Composting methods, Bioresource utilization, Nutrient-rich organic amendments, Green manure cover crops, Rhizosphere microbiome, Biochar applications, Vermicompost technology, Mycorrhizal symbiosis, Soil microbial diversity, Nutrient retention in soil, Eco-friendly farming practices, Biological soil amendments, Plant root-microbe interactions, Agroecosystem sustainability

Maintaining soil fertility and productivity is crucial in modern agriculture, as the level of soil organic matter continues to decrease due to the overuse of inorganic fertilizers, reduced application of organic manures, monoculture, and unbalanced fertilizer use. Consequently, the area under multiple nutrient deficiencies has expanded in recent years. As a result of soil degradation and depletion, agricultural production in many regions is failing to respond positively to increased agricultural inputs.

Bioresource technology, in the form of bio software, can address many soil constraints and restore crop fertility and productivity. To revitalize soil productivity, the recycling of crop biomass and the application of compost are viable alternatives. There is an urgent need to replenish the soil by returning its lost share of organic matter, which is recognized as a significant threat to sustainability. India has access to substantial amounts of bio resources that can be effectively recycled. Approximately 350 x 106 kg of crop residue is generated in India each year.

This book is comprised of 10 chapters that explore the potential benefits of various bioresources for enhancing soil fertility in terms of physico-chemical properties, macro and micro nutrient availability, soil microbes and enzymes, crop growth, yield, and plant nutrient uptake.

1. Introduction, 2.Effect of Bioresources on the Physical & Physico-chemical Properties of Soil, 3.    Bioresources and Soil Nitrogen, 4. Bioresources and Soil Phosphorus,5. Bioresources and Soil Potassium, 6. Bioresources and Secondary and Micronutrients,7. Bioresources & Soil Biological Properties, 8.Bioresources and Rice Production, 9. Bioresources and Major Nutrient Uptake,10.    Bioresources on Secondary and Micro Nutrient Uptake, 11.Selected Bibilography

 
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