By Ratikanta Maiti, Aruna Kumari, Ashok Kumar Thakur, Narayan Chandra Sarkar
This ebook is a compilation of contemporary worldwide measures to preserve bio-resources and deal with biotic and abiotic stresses. It highlights rising concerns regarding agriculture, abiotic and biotic rigidity components, ethnic wisdom, weather switch and worldwide warming, in addition to traditional assets and their sustainable administration. It additionally specializes in the consolidated efforts of scientists and teachers engaged in addressing a couple of matters concerning source administration and fighting stresses with a purpose to shield the Earth. Crop creation and productiveness were considerably better, even though, there were no corresponding useful advances in sustainable agriculture.This booklet bargains quite a lot of reasonable techniques to handling bio-resources with a spotlight on sustainability. finally, it describes study highlights and destiny components of research.
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Methane has a negative impact on shrimp culture. Methane, a greenhouse gas emitted from aquatic sediments, is 3 Climate Change: Its Impact on Bio-resource and Sustainable Agriculture mediated by methanogens, a diverse group of micro-organisms dominantly present in anaerobic sediments. High numbers of methanogens are detrimental as methane gas is a potential contributor to global warming. Shrimp cultured pond sediments are also anaerobic and the presence of methanogens result in the production of methane.
3 Climate Change: Its Impact on Bio-resource and Sustainable Agriculture Climate change is associated with slight shifts in seasons and the occurrence of erratic and untimely rains in most parts of the country. ) is an important winter forage crop in Northern India, occupying the second largest area under fodder crop cultivation. The merit of this annual legume crop lies in its multi-cut nature (five to seven cuts), a long period of fodder availability (from November to April) and high green fodder yield (80–120 t ha 1 ).
Environmental correlations were non-significant for the majority of the traits in all the seasons and pooled over the seasons. Pooled data on correlation of weather parameters with yield and yield-contributing characters showed that in kharif (the rainy season) maximum temperatures had positive significant correlations with all of the traits except plant height, 100 seed weight and seed weight per cob. Rainfall, rainy days, RH 1 and RH 11 had negative significant correlations with all the traits.