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Learn soil fertility, fertilizers and integrated nutrient management with Braimy- B.SC Agriculture
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  • Integrated plant nutrition system (IPNS) is a concept to integrate all available means of soil, nutrients and crop management so as to achieve optimum productivity and sustainability.
  • It also includes the complementary and efficient use of external inputs where locally available sources of plant nutrients are not sufficient to achieve an optimum yield.
  • It emphasizes on the principle that fertilizer and manure should be applied on the basis of soil fertility status, crop demand and available resources.
  • It is therefore, an approach that seeks to both increase agricultural production and safeguard the environment for the future.
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