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Vol. 11, Special Issue 5 (2022)

Integrated farming system

Anuraj Singh, Sangramsing P Bainade, Cheenu Kashyap and Vivek Kumar
Integrated farming system is an environmentally beneficial strategy in which waste from one sector is used as an input in another, allowing for more effective use of agricultural resources. As a mixed farming system, Integrated Farming System is a system made up of at least two distinct but conceptually is related components of an agriculture and livestock enterprise that are related to each other. IFS aids in soil health, weed control, and pest control, improves water efficiency, and keeps water clean quality. The use of toxic chemicals in an integrated farming system is prohibited. Pesticides, weed killers, and chemical fertilizers should all be avoided. Small and marginal farmers' economic conditions improve as a result of the integrated farming system, which enhances their education, health, and social obligations, as well as their overall livelihood security. Chemical use (fertilizers and pesticides) can be minimized using the IFS technique, resulting in chemical-free, healthy food for society.
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How to cite this article:
Anuraj Singh, Sangramsing P Bainade, Cheenu Kashyap and Vivek Kumar. Integrated farming system. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(5S): 1488-1496.

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