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Eee assignment

  1. 1. SEED SUICIDE Plant is biotic component . It provide us Oxygen. it provide us fruits, vegetables, Medicines etc. The most important component in the agricultural sector is the seed.
  2. 2. GE(genetic engineer) generate a new type of seed These type of seed called seed suicide . These are non-renewable seeds. Farmers purchase these seeds .there are two Condition occur- positive (profit) & negative (loss). Farmers are in depts. For the reason of purchase Seed the landlord take the place. So farmers get the suicide. More Farmer suicide case are there ..so we can say that this seed is suicide seed.
  3. 3. SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
  4. 4. SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE Sustainable agriculture is the practice of farming using principles of ecology, the study of relationships between organisms and their environment. Sustainability rests on the principle that we must meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Therefore, stewardship of both natural and human resources is of prime importance.
  5. 5. DIAGRAM: Agriculture Sustainability AGRICULTURE SUSTAINABILITY SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY
  6. 6. Sustainable agriculture integrates three main goals—  environmental health  economic profitability  social and economic equity A variety of philosophies, policies and practices have contributed to these goals. People in many different capacities, from farmers to consumers, have shared this vision and contributed to it social and economic equity
  7. 7. 1.Farming and natural resources  Water  Soil  Land  Energy  Wildlife  Air
  8. 8. 2. Economics  Soil treatment: Given the finite supply of natural resources at any specific cost and location, agriculture that is inefficient or damaging to needed resources may eventually exhaust the available resources or the ability to afford and acquire them. It may also generate negative externality, such as pollution as well as financial and production costs. The way that crops are sold must be accounted for in the sustainability equation. Food sold locally does not require additional energy for transportation (including consumers). Food sold at a remote location, whether at a farmers' market or the supermarket, incurs a different set of energy cost for materials, labour, and transport.
  9. 9. Methods:  What grows where and how it is grown are a matter of choice. Two of the many possible practices of sustainable agriculture are crop rotation and soil amendment, both designed to ensure that crops being cultivated can obtain the necessary nutrients for healthy growth. Soil amendments would include using locally available compost from community recycling centers. These community recycling centers help produce the compost needed by the local organic farms.  Many scientists, farmers, and businesses have debated how to make agriculture sustainable.

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