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Nutrient Dynamics for Sustainable Crop Production / edited by Ram Swaroop Meena.

Meena, Ram Swaroop. (redaktör/utgivare, creator_code:http//idlocgov/vocabulary/relators/edt_t)
SpringerLink (Online service) 
ISBN 9789811386602
1st ed. 2020.
Publicerad: Singapore : Springer Singapore : 2020
Engelska VIII, 350 p. 61 illus., 58 illus. in color.
  • E-bok
Innehållsförteckning Sammanfattning Ämnesord
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  • 1. Soil Carbon Sequestration in Crop Production -- 2. Soil Quality for Sustainable Agriculture -- 3. Integrated Nutrient Management for Sustainable Crop Production and Improving Soil Health -- 4. Management of Micronutrients in Soil for the Nutritional Security -- 5. Nitrogen Footprint: A Useful Indicator of Agricultural Sustainability -- 6. Strategies for Identification of Genes towards Enhancing Nitrogen Utilization Efficiency in Cereals -- 7. Improving the Nitrogen Cycling in Livestock Systems through Silvopastoral Systems -- 8. Enhanced Phosphorus Fertilizer Use Efficiency with Microorganisms -- 9. Use of organic and biological fertilizers as strategies to improve crop biomass and yields and physicochemical parameters of soil -- 10. Organic Fertilizers for Sustainable Soil and Environmental Management -- 11. Role of Nanotechnology for Enhanced Rice Production.
  • The cropping system is one of the important components of sustainable agriculture, since it provides more efficient nutrient cycling. As such, balanced fertilization must be based on the concept of sustainable crop production. Feeding the rapidly growing world population using environmentally sustainable production systems is a major challenge, especially in developing countries. A number of studies have highlighted the fact that degradation of the world's cultivated soils is largely responsible for low and plateauing yields. Soil is lost rapidly but only formed over millennia, and this represents the greatest global threat to nutrient dynamics in agriculture. This means that nutrient management is essential to provide food and nutritional security for current and future generations. Nutrient dynamics and soil sustainability imply the maintenance of the desired ecological balance, the enhancement and preservation of soil functions, and the protection of biodiversity above and below ground. Understanding the role of nutrient management as a tool for soil sustainability and nutritional security requires a holistic approach to a wide range of soil parameters (biological, physical, and chemical) to assess the soil functions and nutrient dynamics of a crop management system within the desired timescale. Further, best nutrient management approaches are important to advance soil sustainability and food and nutritional security without compromising the soil quality and productive potential. Sustainable management practices must allow environmentally and economically sustainable yields and restore soil health and sustainability. This book presents soil management approaches that can provide a wide range of benefits, including improved fertility, with a focus on the importance of nutrient dynamics. Discussing the broad impacts of nutrients cycling on the sustainability of soil and the cropping systems that it supports, it also addresses nutrient application to allow environmentally and economically sustainable agroecosystems that restore soil health. Arguing that balanced fertilization must be based on the concept of INM for a cropping system rather than a crop, it provides a roadmap to nutrient management for sustainability. This richly illustrated book features tables, figures and photographs and includes extensive up-to-date references, making it a valuable resource for policymakers and researchers, as well as undergraduate and graduate students of Soil Science, Agronomy, Ecology and Environmental Sciences. 

Ämnesord

Plant physiology.  (LCSH)
Sustainable development.  (LCSH)
Plant ecology.  (LCSH)
Soil science.  (LCSH)
Soil conservation.  (LCSH)
Plant breeding.  (LCSH)
Plant Physiology. 
Sustainable Development. 
Plant Ecology. 
Soil Science & Conservation. 
Plant Breeding/Biotechnology. 

Klassifikation

QK710-899 (LCC)
PSTD (ämneskategori)
SCI011000 (ämneskategori)
PST (ämneskategori)
571.2 (DDC)
Uf.04 (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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