What is 'green manuring'? List any two commonly used green manure crops and name two macronutrients provided by green manure.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 23rd Mar, 2016, 10:00: AM
Green manuring is the practice of ploughing green plants into the soil for improving the fertility. Green manure provides organic matter and nutrients like Nitrogen and Phosphorous to the soil. Commonly used green manure crops: Guar and Sunhemp.
Macronutrients provided by green manure are nitrogen and phosphorus.
Answered by | 23rd Mar, 2016, 12:00: PM
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