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Forest Resources

Forest Resources

Forest Resources: Forest covers 23% of the total land area in the India. The word forest is comes from the word foris which means...
Vertical farming in India

Vertical farming in India

Vertical farming is the method of producing, developing the food and medicine in vertically stacked layers. vertically designed surface or structure. (like skyscraper, warehouse,...
Rural Marketing

Rural Marketing

Rural marketing in the process of producing, pricing, promoting, distributing of rural products and services leading to exchange between rural and urban market which...
Types of soil in India

Types of soil in India

Soil is defined as the organic materials and inorganic materials on the Earth's surface that provides the medium for the plant growth. Types of soil...
Non conventional sources of energy

Non conventional sources of energy

Non conventional sources of energy are the natural resources like solar, wind, biomass, tidal etc. These are unlimited source of energy and they are...
Soil Formation

Soil Formation

The soil is come from rock initially. This is termed the parent material. This parent material may be directly below the soil and a...
conventional sources of energy

Conventional Sources of Energy

Conventional sources of energy are directly means the energy of source which is fixed and limited in the earth such as gas, coal, petroleum...

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Soil science

Soil Science

Precision farming

Precision Farming

Composition of Soil

Composition of Soil