Ramesh Kumar Sharma*
Scientific Writer on Food and Environment Issues in Chemistry, Rajasthan, Bikaner, India
*Corresponding Author: Ramesh Kumar Sharma, Scientific Writer on Food and Environment Issues in Chemistry, Rajasthan, Bikaner, India.
Received: March 06, 2018; Published: May 29, 2018
Citation: Ramesh Kumar Sharma. “Soil Loss Setbacks to Indian Agriculture". Acta Scientific Agriculture 2.6 (2018).
Indian farmers reasonably require the best suite of practices for natural resource conservation to improve water and soil quality and maintain crop yield. In fact, the country has been suffering from land conversion from forest to horizontally expanding infra- structure and residential tract leading to phenomenon of soil loss. In this paper an attempt is made to judge soil loss setbacks to Indian agriculture and discuss land use-based farming practices.
Keywords: Bare Soil; Forestation; Land Misuse; Land Use Based Farming Practices; Organic Matter Dynamics; Soil Loss Setbacks; Soil Organic Matter
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