2020
DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.90661
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Anbalagan Krishnaveni, Sivakumar Chinnasamy, Jamuna Elumalai, Pandiyan Muthaiyan

Abstract: The organic carbon management in the soil and its relationship with soil physiochemical and biological characteristics to increase the crop productivity have been described based on the byproducts of sugarcane. In this chapter, the available information on the nutrient content especially the organic carbon of various by-products of sugarcane, paves the way for incorporation of waste materials and its compost for improving the soil fertility by soil scientists and agronomists, and further, the ecologists will r…

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