Integrated Technology for Sustainable Agriculture - Volume 1, No.4, October, 2012 - IJLBPR
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Integrated Technology for Sustainable Agriculture

R. Joshua1, P. Vincent 2, and V. Vasu 3,
1. Madurai Kamarajar University, Mohamed Sathak Polytechnic College, Kilakarai, ndia.
2. School of Physics, Madurai Kamarajar University, Madurai, India.
3. Department of Rural Development and Science, Arulanandar College, Karumathoor, India.
Abstract—Nature of Soil, quality and quantity of irrigating water and environmental conditions are the important factors for sustainable agriculture. The factors which affect these properties could be improved from different kinds of disposable waste from agriculture yields. Disposal and dumping of agricultural waste is a major thread for environment. Converting there as waste as wealth is a great challenge for Environmental and Social Scientist. Coir pith the final product of coconut cause pollution to nature on disposal such a waste could be used as an alternate for soil medium when it is mixed with vermin compost an organic fertilizer produced from agriculture waste in a specific proportion ground water (or) surface water with poor quality could also be used for irrigation on adopting the technology on "Solar distillation" from a solar still, and the quantity of usage can also be controlled by this technology. The required Environmental conditions could be attained by adopting the technology of solar photosynthesis principle in a closed green chamber environment. A model has been established with an integrated approach for sustainable agriculture. The study evaluates the growth performance of Jasmine plant in the developed model and its performance was compared with normal condition. This technology may be promoted for waste land development projects.

Index Terms—Waste for Alternate usage, Sustainable Agriculture, Promoting waste land for cultivation

Cite: R. Joshua, V. Vasu, and P. Vincent, "Integrated Technology for Sustainable Agriculture," International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp.118-133, October 2012.
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