Effect of in stubble burning on physico chemical properties of soil, yield and environmental qualities
Gurwinder Singh, Kawaljeet Kaur and Thounaojam Thomas Meetei
India is the second largest agro based economy with year round crop cultivation produced a large amount of agricultural waste, including crop residues. It has major environmental issues which causing health problems and also contributing to global warming which leads to ozone depletion. Also it leads to the adversely effect on the nutrient conditions of the soil. It results in the emission of smoke; if smoke is added to the gases that present in the air can cause atmospheric air pollution problems which occur from stubble burning. These gases emission can cause health problems like asthma, chronic bronchitis and decreased lung functions. On the other hand if the proper use of crop residue it is used ad dry fodder of animals, in bio thermal power plants and mushroom cultivations, bedding material for cattle, used for production of bio oil, paper production and also used for bio gas production. Incorporation of crop residues into soil has several positive influences on physical chemical and biological properties of soil.
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Gurwinder Singh, Kawaljeet Kaur, Thounaojam Thomas Meetei. Effect of in stubble burning on physico chemical properties of soil, yield and environmental qualities. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(5):298-305.