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Innovation and Solution for Sustainable Agriculture
The human population is continuously growing, and thereby, so are the food demands. Therefore, agro-ecosystems are under continuous pressure to satisfy the growing human needs oriented to produce quality food, at a faster pace than ever before. These circumstances have severely threatened environmental and agricultural sustainability. Thus, feeding the global population while facing the challenges of unpredictable weather extremes, inefficient disease and pest control technologies, scarcity of natural resources, and shrinking farmlands makes it imperative to search for innovations for environmental and agricultural sustainability.
Thus, the main objective of this Special Issue is to collect original research or review papers reporting on the benefits obtained via the adoption of innovative solutions addressing the sustainable management of agro-ecosystems. As the Guest Editors of the Special Issue, we would like to invite you to contribute the papers of your studies on sustainable agricultural practices based on innovative solutions able to reduce the negative effects of intensive practices. To achieve this goal, the submission of relevant articles on suitable agricultural innovations and/or solutions, such as crop management, soil tillage tools and management, weed control, and pest strategies, are welcomed and encouraged.
We look forward to receiving your contributions.
Dr. Emanuele Radicetti
Prof. Dr. Roberto Mancinelli
Dr. Ghulam Haider
- sustainable cropping systems
- agro-ecosystem management
- sustainable agriculture
- agro-ecological service
- precision agriculture
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