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Soil management practices that improve soil health: Elucidating their implications on biological indicators REVIEW PAPER

@inproceedings{Njira2013SoilMP,
  title={Soil management practices that improve soil health: Elucidating their implications on biological indicators REVIEW PAPER},
  author={K. Njira and J. Nabwami},
  year={2013}
}
  • K. Njira, J. Nabwami
  • Published 2013
  • Environmental Science
  • 1 SUMMARY The growing interest in low input agricultural practices, coupled with challenges in the agro-ecosystems, which are accelerated by population pressure, poor soil management practices and climate change calls for a holistic approach to soil management and agricultural production as a whole. The holistic approach considers soil management as a way of enhancing agricultural production while not forgetting environmental quality, human and animal health. This leads to the concept of soil… CONTINUE READING
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