Agricultural waste management - SlideShare
09-10-2017· Generation:- India is one of the richest country in agricultural resources. Presently in India, annually 350 MT are organic wastes from agricultural sources. The major quantity of solid waste generated from agricultural sources are sugarcane baggage, paddy and wheat straw and husk, waste of vegetables', food products, tea, oil production, jute fibres, groundnut shell, wooden mill waste,Agriculture Industry in India: Growth and Opportunities,Market Overview: The agriculture industry in India reached a value of INR 56,564 Billion in 2019. The agriculture industry represents an important component of the Indian economy both in terms of its contribution to the GDP as well as a source of employment to the majority of the country’s population.Agricultural Waste - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics,Agricultural wastes include crop residues, weeds, leaf litter, sawdust, forest waste, and livestock waste. Table 10.3 presents various vermicomposting studies on the use of agricultural waste as feedstock. Among the various agricultural wastes, livestock waste is always a preferred choice for researchers as feedstock for earthworms and as bulking substrate for vermicomposting.