Evolving eco-friendly way for agriculture
Keywords:Eco friendly agriculture, agriculture impact, Organic farming, alternative farming, environment protection.
Agriculture sector is the backbone of almost all economies in the world. It gives the essential fixings humanity needs and the crude materials important for industrialization. After Green revolution technologies have quite doubled the yield potential of rice and wheat, especially in Asia. Doubled production means there is a tremendous use of fertilizers, pesticides, irrigation, and machines, which have led to ecological integrity of land, forests and water resources, endanger the flora and fauna and cannot be sustained over generations. , future food security and economic independence of developing countries would depend upon improving the productivity of biophysical resources through the appliance of sustainable production methods, by improving resistance of yields to unfavorable natural conditions and by lessening yield and post-gather misfortunes brought about by irritation and diseases. Native farming practices can assume a vital part in the plan of reasonable and eco-accommodating horticultural frameworks, improving the probability that the agrarian populace will acknowledge, create, and keep up advancements and mediations. During this context, those eco-friendly methods are being considered as environmentally safe, selective, biodegradable, economical and renewable alternative to be used in organic farming system. Organic farming implies, that the utilization of organic nutrients and adoption of natural methods of plant protection in place of fertilizers and pesticides. To the utmost extent feasible organic farming system depend on crop rotations, crop residues, animal manures, legumes, green manures, mineral baring rocks and aspects of biological pest control to maintain soil productivity and tilth to provide plant nutrients and to regulate insects, weed and other pests.
How to cite this article:
Shetty A, Singh S. Evolving eco-friendly way for Agriculture. J Adv Res Comp Tech Soft Appl 2021;5(1): 6-9.
Saroj Kumar Singh1 and Ankita Parihar, Challenges of Sustainable Agriculture Development in India