The developing nations of the world continue to face the two most critical concerns i.e. rapidly growing population and corresponding food consumption. These challenges could be achieved by boosting agricultural productivity using mineral fertilizers and pesticides. However, such agricultural techniques inspired by the green revolution have led to the dramatic decrease in soil fertility and ecological resilience (Singh et al., 2019). So, it argues for sustainable agriculture techniques that combine traditional healthy practices with contemporary agricultural growth. As a result, sustainable farming techniques are expected to be resource-efficient and robust to the current scenario of climate change.
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