Protection of soil and biodiversity for creating a sustainable ecosystem


“Land is not merely soil, it is a fountain of energy flowing through a circuit of soils, plants, and animals” . Soil is the most precious element on this earth, it is the root of our sustenance. From the plantation to human activities its role is appreciable. In context to this UNO (United Nations Organisation) has made a protocol in which protection for biodiversity and soil is taken into consideration.

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According to that amendment:(This year by addressing the increasing challenges of soil management the food and agriculture organization(FAO) campaign have highlighted this major sentence

keep the soil alive and protect biodiversity” which aims to spread the awareness among the people in the ecosystem and human well being.)

As all the aspects are dependent on each other we need to take care of all, soil as well as biodiversity. In modern agriculture now innovative techniques were formulated for the protection of soil. Some of the ways are: 1- planting trees in lines along with crop fields to avoid wind erosion.2- contour farming and some more.

From the above, all mentioned fact our main motto is to keep the soil free from all erosion conserve it make it fertile by performing composting and adding manure, etc besides biodiversity which comprises of an animal-plant living organism they need to be taken care of. So that the outcome will be a healthy one.

By: Nirad Baran Dalai

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