In 2002, The International union of Soil Sciences adopted a resolution proposing the 5th December as World Soil Day to celebrate the importance of soil as a critical component of the natural system and as a Vital contributor to human wellbeing.
Plants, we all know make their own food under sunlight. The roots, on the other end, draw up minerals and essential nutrients from the soil for proper growth.
Soil is essential for the maintenance of biodiversity above and below ground. The wealth of biodiversity below ground is vast and unappreciated: millions of microorganism s live and reproduce in a few grams of topsoil, an ecosystem essential for life on earth…’
Where do you think most of the fish we eat come from? The Ocean. Wrong. Rivers and lakes? Wrong again. It’s from Fish farms.
Neem is a stout tree with a rather short stem. They are native to India and other southeastern countries. A Neem tree generally grows up to 12-15 meters.
Impact of fertilizers with special reference to micronutrients on environment pertaining to human and animal health
Fertilizers are an indispensable agri-input and are added to aid and increase the supply of essential nutrients required for growth and development of plants.