Foodgrain Productivity vs Nutrient Consumption


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Nutrient Response Ratio.

 This chart shows the nutrient response ratio v/s food grain productivity

 Also shows degradation of our fertile soil. It is alarm for all of us.

Nutrient Response Ration : the ratio of food grain productivity to nutrient consumption.
From 14.06 in 1990-91 to 8.59 in 2010-11, this reflects poor soil health management.
This study only reveals what most knew for a long time – organic farming and use of
organic fertilisers is better for soil and improves soil health.

P P Biswas, principal scientist (soils) at the Indian Council of Agricultural Research,
feels the neglect of organic material is leading to this degradation, and the only
key to fix this problem was to use organic fertiliser. “With the reduction in use of
organic manure, nutrients like zinc, boron and sulphur have become increasingly
deficient. The use of organic manure will automatically improve the composition
of these secondary and micro nutrients” he said, “These days, you do not even find
earthworms in the soil. That proves the physical as well as biological deterioration
of soil health.”

Policy change by Government of India is the only way this can be implemented.