12th Agro Bangladesh Expo 2024

  • Featuring
  • Plant Genetics
  • Horticulture
  • Farm Mechanization
  • Irrigation
  • Soil & Water Conservation

  • Fertilizers & Chemicals
  • Water Resources & Chemicals
  • Pests & Pathogens
  • Storage & Refregeration
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November, 2024

International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB) Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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Soil and Water Conservation

Conservation of soil and water resources is important for sustainability of agriculture and environment. Soil and water resources are under immense pressure due to ever increasing population thereby ensuing growing demand for food, fiber and shelter. Soil and water resources are being deteriorated due to different anthropogenic and natural factors. Soil erosion is one of the several major deteriorative processes which results in deterioration of the soil. Soil erosion is removal of soil due to movement of water and/or air. Soil erosion may lead to the significant loss of soil productivity and thus may lead to the desertification under sever conditions.

Water and wind are the major agencies which are responsible of soil erosion. Deforestation, over-grazing, intensive cultivation, mismanagement of cultivated soils and intensive urbanization are major factors triggering the soil erosion. For sustainable agriculture and environment, it is pertinent to protect the soil resources against erosion. Different control measures should be adopted to protect the soil resources against erosion. The concept of soil conservation cannot be materialized without conserving and efficient use of water resources. It is therefore pre-requisite that soil conservation practices should be adopted. Soil conservation practice include soil management, crop management, engineering, range management and forestry operation

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