The Impact of Agriculture on Soil Fertility

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Are you curious to learn how fertilizers, composting and irrigation affect soil fertility in agriculture? Take this questionnaire to find out.

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  • The Environmental Manager interested in helping their team explore ways to increase crop yield without compromising soil fertility.
  • The Accounting Team who wants to better understand the cost implications associated with managing soil fertility through different techniques.
  • The Quality Control Officer investigating different solutions to ensure optimal soil health when growing crops.
  • The Logistics Manager aiming to reduce time and cost associated with transferring agrichemicals needed to protect soil fertility.
Fertilizers
Learn how they impact soil

Composting
Explore its benefits for soil

Irrigation
Understand how it affects soil

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Q. What sources do you use to fertilize the soil?
  1. We don't fertilize the soil.
  2. We use natural sources like manure, compost, etc.
  3. We use synthetic sources like NPK fertilizers.

Q. What materials are used in composting?
  1. Nothing
  2. Organic matter, like grass clippings, vegetable food scraps, etc.
  3. Manures, plant residues, and soil microbes
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