Published May 1995
by International Atomic Energy Agency .
Written in English
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This article highlights the contribution to sustainable agriculture development of various nuclear techniques and methods developed and promoted by the IAEA's Laboratories at Seibersdorf . Nuclear methods in soil-plant aspects of sustainable agriculture Proceedings of an FAOIIAEA Regional Seminar for Asia and the Pacific organized by the .. Soil Fertility, Irrigation and Crop Production Section, Joint FAOIIAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture and held in Colombo, Sri Lanka, April Nuclear techniques, which include the usage of radioactive and stable isotopes, had been used in soil fertility, plant nutrition, plant breeding, plant protection and food preservation research works after s. Ultimately these nuclear techniques contributed greatly in increased. Nuclear-based techniques, however, do have several advantages over conventional techniques by providing unique, precise and quantitative data on soil nutrient and soil moisture pools and fluxes in the soil-plant-water and atmosphere systems.
Your account has been temporarily locked. Your account has been temporarily locked due to incorrect sign in attempts and will be automatically unlocked in 30 mins. The agricultural sector uses nuclear and related technologies to adapt to climate change by increasing resource-use efficiency and productivity in a sustainable way. The nuclear-derived cross-breeding programme in Burkina Faso is a great example of helping farmers to breed more productive and climate-resistant animals. This publication explores the possible contribution of nuclear energy to addressing the issues of sustainable development through a large selection of indicators. It is a substantially revised edition relative to the information booklet in terms of structure and content. Dear Colleagues, Agriculture in general and, in particular, the viticulture, play an important socioeconomic role in many parts of the world. As a result of this importance, over the last decades it is unequivocal the great effort that the growers have made to increase crop productivity, making these sectors generally more competitive on the global market.
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