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Annually, Bangladesh consumes about 2.9 million metric tons of urea and about 60% of this is used in rice cultivation. Therefore, this could contribute to increase atmospheric pollution due to increased CH4 and N2O emissions. Increasing nitrogen-use efficiency by adopting urea deep placement (UDP) could reduce...

The ability to quantify GHG emissions along the entire value chain from farm to shelf for a specific product is the key to enhancing the transparency of...

Weeds are among the main biological constraints to realizing attainable rice yield potential and significantly reducing profitability. In Bangladesh, the...

Dry direct-seeded rice (DSR) has emerged as a socio-economically viable and environmentally promising alternative to puddled transplanting to achieve...

The orientation of producing more food, associated with fertilizer overuse, particularly nitrogen (N), has caused a deterioration in soil physical, chemical,...

Commercial-oriented farming practices have seriously deteriorated soil health along with contributing to environmental pollution. This study suggested...

Climate change is likely to have huge impacts on the problematic weeds and their management. Therefore, continuous research is needed to formulate new...

Sustainable intensification involves trade-offs between “sustainability” and “intensification”. Such trade-offs are likely to occur...

Conservation agriculture (CA) has a major influence on the relative abundance of weed species, while weed control is perceived as one of the most challenging...

While inorganic fertilizers combined with high-yielding varieties, mechanization, irrigation, and other inputs have contributed to sustained increases...