Original paper

Soil sensing: A new paradigm for agriculture

Volume: 148, Pages: 71 - 74
Published: Oct 1, 2016
Last century, during the ‘Green Revolution’ the use of synthetic fertilizers contributed to increased agricultural production. However, their use did not reflect local soil and water conditions because recommendations were developed for larger agro-ecological zones. They only focused on increased productivity, neglecting any adverse environmental consequences. Largely, this legacy remains and recommendations are still made using ‘top-down’...
Paper Details
Soil sensing: A new paradigm for agriculture
Published Date
Oct 1, 2016
71 - 74
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