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Agricultural waste refers to the waste produced by various agricultural activities. It can include both organic waste, like unwanted produce, manure, etc; and inorganic waste like excess pesticides, agrochemicals, silage, waste from machineries like oil, grease, etc. Agricultural waste has become a growing concern for environmentalists. Thus, its management has become a priority. Agriculture waste management insures that the things used for agricultural activities are recycled, reused and the use of non-biodegradable waste is reduced. This book will elucidate the various concepts and theories to manage agricultural waste and provide case studies to comprehend the usefulness of their applications. The topics covered here in will offer readers new insights in this field. It is an essential guide for agriculturists, environmentalists, ecologists and those who wish to pursue this discipline further.
Number of Pages: 290
Publisher: Ingram Pub Services
Street Date: August 6, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-37-1960
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