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Research Paper | Social Work | India | Volume 9 Issue 12, December 2020
Sustainable Development of Soybean Crop and Farmers
Abstract: Soybean is a very good cash crop for farmers. As a result, the economic status of farmers has also improved. However, compared to cotton and sorghum, safflower, and other crops, the above example also shows that soybean is a hindrance to sustainable growth to some extent. Due to soybean, farmers do not get kadaba. So he has reduced the number of animals he keeps. It does not get as much fuel as cotton wood. As a result, large trees are cut down and used as fuel, leaving farms desolate. This naturally reduces the amount of oxygen we get from nature. The ozone layer in the atmosphere is therefore increasing in heat. So the question of global warming is facing us. So even if the soybean crop is beneficial. Considering some of the above, some remnants are becoming dangerous to you.
Keywords: Benefits of soybean crop, soybean crop, sustainable development, soybean, animal husbandry, use of soybean, wood, fuel for cooking
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 12, December 2020,
Pages: 39 - 42
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