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Daily Current Affairs 6th December 2018 GK GS Bulletins

Daily GK GS Current Affairs Thursday, 6th December 2018  1. Ayodhya's Babri Masjid Demolition Day 6th December 1992 Observed  2. Indian Railways & Madame Tussauds Wax Museum signs MoU to promote Delhi NCR tourism 3. India ...

World Soil Day Celebrations on 5th December: 2018 Theme, Aim, Significance, history

World Soil Day Celebrations on 5th December 2018 Theme, Details, Aim, Significance, History World Soil Day is celebrated on 5th of December every year by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of ...

Agriculture: New method for identifying more productive crop areas

Agriculture: Soil production testing, productive crop areas, and crop management  Often, in spite of low productivity in many areas, farmers tend to cultivate the crop prevailing in that area. In such ...

Phytomorphology: Major parts of the plants, physiology, functions, Importance

Plant Morphology: Structure of the major parts of the plant, functioning, Importance Leaves: These are the parts of the plant, where food is made by photosynthesis. Leaves take carbon dioxide from ...

Soil Erosion Process And Impact on Quality of Soil

Geography: Soil Erosion Process, Impact on Soil Fertility, Bio Diversity, Forestry, Harvesting  Soil erosion is a natural process which is often caused by the flow of water and wind, it is ...

Soil Pollution: Factors, Effect, Risks, Pollutants Details

Reasons for the Soil Pollution, Facts, Effects on the Ecosystem Soil pollution arises when humans directly or indirectly use harmful substances, chemicals or objects in the soil, resulting in the loss ...

Gaseous cycle of atmosphere, Carbon, Nitrogen, and Oxygen

The atmosphere and the cycle of carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen gases Life on Earth can be possible due to the presence of gases in the atmosphere. Plants and trees get life ...

Relationship b/w mechanical and chemical weathering in soil formation

The role of mechanical and chemical weathering in soil formation  Mechanical weathering is the influence of processes such as freezing and thawing, wetting and drying, and shrinking and swelling on rocks and ...

Organic Farming Benefits, Features, Culture, History

Organic Farming History, Cultural Farming, Benefits, Features An organic farming responds to site-specific conditions by integrating cultural, biological, and mechanical practices that foster cycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve ...

Mridaparikshak (MINILAB) for Soil health testing developed by ICAR

Mridaparikshak (a mini-laboratory) for testing of soil health details, features, role in Indian agriculture land health testing  ICAR-Indian Institute of Soil Science, Bhopal, a research institute under the Natural Resource Management ...

United Nations celebrates World Soil day on 5th Dec for pulses

United Nations celebrates World Soil Day on 5th December 2016 United Nations celebrates World Soil Day where the Food and Agriculture Organisation dedicates World Soil Day to pulses. World Soil Day aims ...