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Environmental and Ecological Aspects of Crop Production

Vikas Ahlluwalia (Author)
Synopsis Challenges of poverty and hunger continue to haunt developing nations, and have become more compelling than ever before. Despite the unprecedented, remarkable changes in agricultural practices, and increased crop production in the last few decades, the ever multiplying numbers of under nourished people continue to place huge demands on agroecosystems for more food. Meeting these demands on a sustainable basis remains the primary goal for all developing countries. Viewing in this context, the science of crop production is no doubt an essential field in biology. Exploring crop production as a science, an art and a business, the book adequately stresses on current trends in the field, with an emphasis on the issue of the impact of these trends and practices on crop production, including that of environmental safety and ecological balance. A conceptual approach navigating easier understanding of the text renders this book a feel of expertise, making it an invaluable guide for scientists, researchers and students dealing with agronomy, plant science and crop cultivation.
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Title Environmental and Ecological Aspects of Crop Production
Format Hardcover
Date published: 10.02.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8189253549
length viii+292p., Tables; Figures.