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Rejuvenation of Biofertilizer for Sustainable Agriculture and Economic Development

@inproceedings{Mishra2014RejuvenationOB,
  title={Rejuvenation of Biofertilizer for Sustainable Agriculture and Economic Development},
  author={Pallabi Mishra and Debiprasad Dash},
  year={2014}
}
The economy of India thrives on agriculture, the most practiced occupation in the country. Agricultural fertilizers are essential to enhance proper growth and crop yield. Recently, farmers have been using chemical fertilizers for quicker and better yield. But these fertilizers endanger ecosystems, soil, plants, and human and animal lives. In contrast, naturally grown biofertilizers not only give a better yield, but are also harmless to humans. This paper aims to study the rejuvenation of… 

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