Crop Residues Management with Conservation Agriculture : Potential , Constraints and Policy Needs

@inproceedings{Dadlani2012CropRM,
  title={Crop Residues Management with Conservation Agriculture : Potential , Constraints and Policy Needs},
  author={Malavika Dadlani},
  year={2012}
}
Suggested citation IARI (2012) Crop residues management with conservation agriculture: Potential, constraints and policy needs. Indian Foreword India being an agriculture-dominant country produces more than 500 million tons of crop residues annually. These residues are used as animal feed, for thatching of homes, and as a source of domestic and industrial fuel. A large portion of unused crop residues are burnt in the fields primarily to clear the left-over straw and stubbles after the harvest… CONTINUE READING

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