dumping of non biodegradable wastes reduce crop yield . why?
Asked by bhavanisalunkhe33 | 26th Feb, 2020, 12:18: PM
- Non-biodegradable wastes do not degrade and tend to accumulate in the soil and environment.
- They continue to persist for years and release harmful chemicals in the soil which deplete the eseential nutrients in the soil, thereby losing its fertility.
- A less fertile soil naturally does not support plant growth and hence, the crop yield decreases.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 27th Feb, 2020, 11:57: AM
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