|Statement||editor, Lech Ryszkowski.|
|Contributions||Ryszkowski, Lech., Instytut Ekologii (Polska Akademia Nauk)|
|LC Classifications||S601 .E27|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||84 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||75317306|
Ecological effects of intensive agriculture. Warszawa: Polish Scientific Publishers, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lech Ryszkowski; Instytut . decades agriculture has undergone a technological revolution which has profoundly changed fanning practices. There is growing concern about the effects of such changes on the environment". Among the envirorunental problems the Commission has identified are "Water quality problems in many areas of intensive agriculture. Environmental Consequences of Intensive Agricultural Production Practices The agricultural sector has a key function to ensure global food security. On the one hand, intensive agricultural production allows a steady increase of global harvests and provides and increases security of supply. On the other hand, the agricultural . Intensive subsistence agriculture is widespread in many less developed countries where over 80% of their rural population is engaged in this type of farming. Intensive subsistence agriculture File Size: 1MB.
gases. Fossil fuels are used more in areas of intensive agriculture . 2. Effects of Agricultural Practices on Environment Negative effects of agricultural applications Environmental . The reality is that when you look at the massive environmental damage caused by intensive animal agriculture, it is almost impossible to defend. That’s before an examination of it’s effects . The use of intensive farming techniques are creating not only localized ecological disasters but in many places having impacts across way sections of the countryside. Intensive farming designs limit . Intensive farming is an agricultural system that aims to get maximum yield from the available land. This farming technique is also applied in supplying livestock. You could say that under this technique, food .
Human expansion throughout the world caused that agriculture is a dominant form of land management globally. Human influence on the land is accelerating because of rapid population . The rapid growth of the livestock industry caused on environmental problem-related to the livestock waste generated from the intensive farming system. Livestock waste generated from an extensive or semi extensive farming system does not seem to cause any major environmental . Intensive and inappropriate agricultural practices, while boosting yield and profits in the short term, may put long-term productivity and food security at risk. Therefore, adoption of sound agricultural practices is of primary importance to preserve soil health, reduce the environmental impact of agriculture. Effects of agricultural practices on soil arthropoda: Organic and mineral fertilizers in alfalfa fields B. Fratello, M.A. Sabatini, L. Mola, C. Uscidda, C. Gessa Pages