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Advanced Research Areas in Agronomy

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Advanced Research Areas in Agronomy
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The technology, study and science of the uses and impact of plants in the field of agriculture is known as agronomy. This scientific branch deals in production of food, fuel, fiber, recreation and land restoration as a part of agriculture. This subject is an amalgamation of important branches of science such as biology, chemistry, economics, ecology, earth science, and genetics.

Advanced Research areas in Agronomy is significant to solve problems concerning planting, cultivating, harvesting and protecting crops from pests, weeds and harsh climates. Thus a healthy agricultural structure that doesn’t affect adversely the pre-existing ecology and environment is the result and purpose of Agronomy.



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