In-situ trash management induced sustainability of soil health to produce the qualitative products

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Rajendra Bairwa
Mamta .
Devi Lal Dhaker
Neeraj Bagoria

Abstract

In-situ trash management is necessary to cut the atmosphere pollution as well as replenishment of plant nutrient. Burning of crop residues leads to release of soot particles and smoke causing human and animal health problems. It also leads to emission of greenhouse gases namely carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide, causing global warming and loss of plant nutrients like N, P, K and S. Soils of the world’s agro ecosystems (i.e., croplands, grazing lands, rangelands) are depleted of their soil organic carbon (SOC) stock by 25-75% depending on climate, soil type, historic management and the magnitude of this loss may be 10 to 50 Mg C ha-1. Integrated sugarcane trash management (ISTM), microbial enriched (Trichoderma viridae) and farm yard manure is effective in enhancing the soil health and sugarcane yield. Soil organic carbon is the most important attribute and chosen as the most important indicator of soil and environment quality and agricultural sustainability.

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Bairwa, R., ., M., Dhaker, D., & Bagoria, N. (2020). In-situ trash management induced sustainability of soil health to produce the qualitative products. International Journal of Agricultural Invention, 5(02), 249-254. https://doi.org/10.46492/IJAI/2020.5.2.16
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