Mostrar el registro sencillo del objeto digital Adegbeye, M.J Salem, A.Z.M Ravi Kanth Reddy, P. Elghandour, M. M.M. Oyebamiji, K.J 2020-09-30T02:08:47Z 2020-09-30T02:08:47Z 2020-09-19
dc.identifier.isbn 978-981-15-6952-4
dc.description.abstract he increasing competition for available resources and inefficient use of those limited resources necessitates the need to improve the use of available resources. If these inefficacies are not corrected, the resource-poor farmers, mainly living in developing countries will be most affected. Yet these resource farmers contribute immensely for food production in developing countries. Smallholder farmers must be proactive and learn to adopt new strategies that can assist them in continuing farming with maximum use of limited agricultural resources and even wastes in agriculture. Several methods are available to improve the use of agricultural wastes, including non-agronomic benefits. Furthermore, we suggest the integration of waste resources, such as from both the trilogy of human– animal–crop wastes. Similarly, inexpensive techniques are encouraged among the farmers, including composting and vermicomposting of human–crop–animal wastes and/or slaughterhouse/abattoir wastes, biocharing of crop and animal wastes as various means of recycling/recovering nutrients in the soil system. Furthermore, the deployment of fungi could also improve the resource use efficiency through mushroom growth and sales, crop residue fermentation to enhance its feed value. Livestock farmers facing nutritional problems can apply microbes through fermentation to reduce antinutritional factors (lignin, tannins) in plants, and improve the safety of kitchen and dairy waste before feeding. Alternatively, farmers are encouraged to raise micro livestock (rabbits, snails, and grasscutters) on their farm to improve the use of resources. On a large scale, nitrogen and phosphorus recovery from cow urine, slurry, human feces, and fermentation of phytate rich plants with phytate on industrial scales is recommended. This chapter aims to provide insight into the methods by which farmers and industries, especially those in developing countries, can improve their available resources for agricuture and as livestock feeds. es
dc.language.iso eng es
dc.publisher Springer Nature es
dc.rights embargoedAccess es
dc.rights.uri es
dc.subject Biochar es
dc.subject Resource use efficiency es
dc.subject Waste recycling es
dc.subject Biogas es
dc.subject Smallholders es
dc.title Waste Recycling for the Eco-friendly Input Use Efficiency in Agriculture and Livestock Feeding es
dc.type Capítulo de Libro es
dc.provenance Científica es
dc.road Dorada es
dc.organismo Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia es
dc.ambito Internacional es
dc.cve.CenCos 21401 es

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  • Título
  • Waste Recycling for the Eco-friendly Input Use Efficiency in Agriculture and Livestock Feeding
  • Autor
  • Adegbeye, M.J
  • Salem, A.Z.M
  • Ravi Kanth Reddy, P.
  • Elghandour, M. M.M.
  • Oyebamiji, K.J
  • Fecha de publicación
  • 2020-09-19
  • Editor
  • Springer Nature
  • Tipo de documento
  • Capítulo de Libro
  • Palabras clave
  • Biochar
  • Resource use efficiency
  • Waste recycling
  • Biogas
  • Smallholders
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