Crop Residue Management

Crop waste management means conserving cover on 60 per cent of the soil Surface at planting to keep water quality. Crop residue management also provides Regular soil protection from wind and rain erosion, adds organic material to the soil, Preserves soil moisture, and improves infiltration, aeration and tilth. Benefits may include decrease in soil erosion, sedimentation and contamination from dissolved sediment attached substances. Crop residues, including wheat straw and corn Stover, are a feedstock for the production of cellulosic bio-fuel that could contribute to meeting advanced bio-fuel targets and decarbonisation goals for the transport sector.

  • Livestock feed
  • Renewable energy
  • Bio-fuel and bio-oil production
  • Bio-methanation
  • Weed control practices and methods
  • Compost making

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