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Environment and Management

  • Kodoth Prabhakaran Nair
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Abstract

Concerns about the environmental impact of intensive agricultural systems require improvement in production technologies to maximize resource use efficiencies, and to minimize the adverse environmental impact. These aspects are discussed against the background of the “Plant-Soil-Atmosphere” connect.

Keywords

Intensive agricultural system Green House Gases Nitrous oxide emission Nitrogen cycling Irrigated rice systems 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kodoth Prabhakaran Nair
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  1. 1.International Agricultural Scientistc/o Mavila PankajakshyCalicutIndia

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