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Vol. 7, Issue 1 (2018)

Climate change and critical research needs regarding climate, carbon-dioxide and crop production

Author(s):
GN Gurjar, Sanjay Swami, V Ram, NK Meena and N Laitonjam
Abstract:
Climate change is the most important issue at national as well as at global level. The climate changing due to many reasons which directly change in the concentration of many gases specially carbon dioxide and increase in the intensity of precipitation and also increase in the global temperature. These changes in the levels of carbon oxide and temperature leads to change in our production and productivity of crops plants special reference to agricultural crops which are very sensitive to change in temperature and concentration of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide. So to take a sustainable production from agricultural crops under changing climate scenario, we have to focus on new techniques of crop production. These new techniques are like changing in the research. The critical research on agricultural crops related to impacts of high temperature and carbon dioxide concentration. These are some important sector of research which are sustainability of crop production, water supply, input supply, food safety, plant varieties etc. all the above sectors of research require a new research techniques of experiment to suit accordingly changing climate. Those all sectors need a new experiment to maintain our sustainable food production to supply food for increasing global population especially for Asian countries under changing climatic. So, we have to focus on such new research area under high levels of CO2 to get higher production in both the sense of quality and quantity.
Pages: 582-584  |  390 Views  5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
GN Gurjar, Sanjay Swami, V Ram, NK Meena, N Laitonjam. Climate change and critical research needs regarding climate, carbon-dioxide and crop production. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(1):582-584.
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