Regenerative agriculture farming

Diwan, A D and Harke, S N and Pande, B N and Panche, A N (2021) Regenerative agriculture farming. Indian Farming, 71 (12). pp. 3-8.

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Abstract

According to our soil scientists, the rate at which soil destruction takes place all over the world as on today, the catastrophic effects of those after 50 years, it is assumed that we will not only suffer serious damage to public health due to degraded food (lack of nutrients and trace minerals) supply, but we will have no longer enough arable top soil to feed ourselves. As per the UN report, without protecting and regenerating soil on our 4 billion acres of cultivated farmland, 8 billion acres of pasture land and 10 billion acres of forest land, it will be impossible to feed the world, keep global warming below 20°C or stop the loss of biodiversity. The regenerative agriculture leads to the development of healthy soil, capable of producing high quality nutrient dense food whil simultaneously improving, rather than degrading the land, and ultimately leading to productive farms, healthy community and economies.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Agro-ecology; Aquaculture; Biochar; Forestry; No-till; Pasture cropping; Regenerative agriculture
Subjects: Agriculture
Aquaculture > Farming/Culture
Divisions: Contributors
Depositing User: Arun Surendran
Date Deposited: 21 Feb 2022 06:37
Last Modified: 21 Feb 2022 06:37
URI: http://eprints.cmfri.org.in/id/eprint/15809

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