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Principles Of Sustainable Soil Management In Agroecosystems

Books from same Author: Rattan Lal and B A Stewart

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    Author(s)Rattan Lal and B A Stewart
    PublisherTaylor & Francis
    ISBN9781466513464
    Pages568
    BindingHardbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearMay 2013

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    Taylor & Francis Principles Of Sustainable Soil Management In Agroecosystems by Rattan Lal and B A Stewart

    With the use of high-level soil management technology, Africa could feed several billion people, yet food production has generally stagnated since the 1960s. No matter how powerful the seed technology, the seedling emerging from it can flourish only in a healthy soil. Accordingly, crop yields in Africa, South Asia, and the Caribbean could be doubled or tripled through adoption of technologies based on laws of sustainable soil management. Principles of Sustainable Soil Management in Agroecosystems describes the application of these laws to enhance ecosystem services while restoring degraded soils and promoting sustainable use. With chapters contributed by world-class soil scientists, ecologists, and social scientists, this book outlines critical changes in management of agricultural soils necessary to achieve food security and meet the food demands of the present and projected future population. These changes include conversion to no-till and conservation agriculture; adoption of strategies of integrated nutrient management, water harvesting, and use of drip sub-irrigation; complex cropping/farming systems such as