What is Crop Residue ?

English :- 

Crop residues is defined as the remaining material left after harvest, including leaves, stems, roots.

हिंदी :- 

फसल के अवशेषों को पत्तियों,तनों, सहित फसल के बाद बचे शेष सामग्री के रूप में परिभाषित किया जाता है।

हिंदी :- 

फसल के अवशेषों को पत्तियों,तनों, सहित फसल के बाद बचे शेष सामग्री के रूप में परिभाषित किया जाताThere are two types of agricultural crop residues. Field residues are items left in the agricultural field or orchard after harvest. These remains include stems and stems (stems), leaves, and seed pods. The residue can be plowed directly into the ground, or burned first. Conversely, no-till, strip-till or reduced until agricultural practices are made to increase crop residue cover Proper management of field residues can increase irrigation efficiency and control soil erosion. Simple linear scale measurements can be used to measure residual coverage. The remnants of the process are residues after the crop has been processed into a viable resource. These residues include husks, seeds, bagasse, molasses and roots. They can be used as animal fodder as well as for soil amendment, fertilizer and for production.

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