A Study on Control of Crop Waste Management & Stubble Burning

Authors : Mahalakshmi S; Padma Priya N

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 12 - December

Google Scholar : https://bit.ly/3IIfn9N

DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7532876

The stubble burning has expanded. Regardless of alerts from hippies and the government's drives to prevent ranchers from stubble burning, Punjab this year has recorded a high number of 14,117 instances of homestead fires over the most recent five years. Burning assists with eliminating weeds, forestalling illness and controlling bugs but the progressive and extraordinary flames obliterate the natural matter that makes soil rich, causing crop respect to decline over the long haul and expanding the requirement for expensive composts. Open burning causes perilous synthetic compounds and particulate matter that influence human well-being and the climate. Straw carbon, nitrogen and Sulphur are scorched and released into the atmosphere during burning. It brings about the emanation of smoke and the development of thick-layered exhaust clouds. Our study attempts the investigation of crop waste and utilized it along with the cement proportion in providing crop waste management. Crop wastes are non-product outputs of the production and processing of agricultural products that might contain material that can benefit however whose monetary qualities are not exactly the expense of assortment, transportation, and handling for productive use. Generally, agricultural wastes are generated from several sources notably from cultivation and livestock. Crop waste has a toxicity potential to plants, animals and humans through many direct and indirect channels. Controlled and shut burning in incinerators with sensors to screen the dirtying gases and ensure it's a finished consuming cycle. The waste created during the cycle is utilized as a result. The by-product obtained- fly ash can be used along with Cement for concrete purposes. To reduce CO2 emission a geoengineering technique for the long-term storage of carbon dioxide (or other forms of carbon) for the mitigation of global warming. Azolla Microphylla and Nostoc Muscorum will be used as organic carbon sequestration.

Keywords : Stubble Burning, Fly Ash, Crop Waste, COSensor and Carbon Sequestration.


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