Edited By: R Lal and FJ Pierce
189 pages, Figures
Looks at the concept of soil resource management for sustaining agricultural productivity while maintaining an acceptable standard of environmental quality. This book covers basic processes, management options, and policy issues and priorities. Among the important themes discussed are soil structure, soil compaction, and predicting soil erosion and its effects on crop productivity. Management options include conservation tillage, use of organic wastes, and farming by soils.
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