The misuse and excessive use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides have of often adversely affected the environment and created many problems associated with a) food safety and quality and b) human and animal health. Consequently, there has been a growing interest in na ture fanning and organic agriculture by consumers and environmentalists as possible alternatives to chemical-based, conventional agriculture.
Agricultural systems which conform to the principles of natural ecosystems are now receiving a great deal of attention in both developed and developing coun tries. A number of books and journals have recently been published which deal with many aspects of natural farming systems. New concepts such as alternative agriculture, sustainable agriculture, soil quality, integrated pest management, integrated nutrient management and even beneficial microorganisms are being explored by the agricultural research establishment (National Academy of Sciences. Although these concepts and associated methodologies hold considerable promise, they also have limitations. For example, the main limitation in using microbial inoculations is the problem of reproducibility and lack of consistent results.
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