Practically no soil can sustain high crop yields for an indefinite period from its own nutrient reserves. Even the most fertile soils can do so only for certain years and at one time the yield will be declined due to deficiency of some nutrients. Due to the extensive and improper use of chemical fertilizers in the soil, our soil is degrading to an alarming level, causing an imbalance in the ecosystem and environmental pollution as well. So it is important to proper management of soil for enhancing crop production under changing climate condition.
Ahmad Numery Ashfaqul Haque
Ahmad Numery Ashfaqul Haque, Senior Scientific Officer, Soil Science Division, Bangladesh Institute of Nuclear Agriculture (BINA), Mymensingh, Bangladesh and PhD fellow, Department of Land Management, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Malaysia.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
agriculture, Rice, Salinity, soil, BINA
SCIENCE / Horticulture