Agricultural Waste

Agricultural Waste

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Agricultural waste can be a source of energy, fertilizer, and other inputs at farm and industrial levels. Handling and managing agricultural waste are challenging tasks worldwide, especially in the context of environmental pollution control and sustainable agriculture. Thus, efficient management in terms of reuse, recycling, and reduction of agricultural waste is principally needed not only for the green economy but also for farmers’ profitability. Agricultural Waste – New Insights provides an understanding of agricultural waste production and management, discussing crop residue, biodegradables, biomass, composting and vermiculture, agricultural waste economics, air pollution, environmental safety, waste management and handling, on-farm waste reuse, and agricultural waste value addition. It provides key aspects of emerging technologies and their applications in the domain of agriculture waste management.

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  • bioactive compounds
  • biochar
  • biogas
  • crop residue
  • Environment
  • Sustainable Agriculture
  • The environment
  • Waste management


DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.100885


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