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Sustainable Agricultural Production Notes

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Very detailed and extensive notes on the HSC topic Sustainable Agricultural Production written according to the syllabus.

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Soil Agriculture Agricultural soil science Sustainable agriculture Organic gardening Crop rotation Humus Leaching Topsoil Eutrophication Fertilizer Organic matter
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Soil Agriculture Agricultural soil science Sustainable agriculture Organic gardening Crop rotation Humus Leaching Topsoil Eutrophication Fertilizer Organic matter
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5 in the soil • Well-maintained pH: ➢ Maximizes crop and pasture production ➢ Avoids production losses use to low pH • Acidic soils: ➢ Reduced plant growth, production and yield → reduced animal growth, production and yield ➢ Reduced profit ➢ Major plant nutrients (NPK) may be unavailable ➢ Affect microbial activity → decreased legume nodulation and reduced organic matter decomposition • Soil acidification is a natural process accelerated by agriculture: ➢ Main cause is inefficient use of nitrogen ➢ Ammonium based fertilisers are major contributors → ammonium nitrogen is readily converted to nitrate and hydrogen ions → ...
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