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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 4, Issue 2, Part D (2018)

Comparative study of impact of inorganic and organic fertilizer on maize-wheat cropping system

Author(s)
Dr. Satya Narayan
Abstract
There are ongoing worries and mounting evidence of accelerating biodiversity loss. A key issue is that loss of biodiversity may result in changes in ecosystem functioning, posing threats to agricultural systems' stability and resilience. In light of this, this study looks into the empirical relationship between the amount of inorganic fertiliser and organic fertilizer used and the danger of loss on the Maize-Wheat cropping system. The statistical estimations show that the amount of inorganic fertiliser used per hectare of arable land is highly associated to growing biodiversity risk, based on cross-country biodiversity risk indices. After correcting for heterogeneity, robust findings across several specifications remain.
Pages: 257-261  |  86 Views  0 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Satya Narayan. Comparative study of impact of inorganic and organic fertilizer on maize-wheat cropping system. Int J Appl Res 2018;4(2):257-261.
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