residues from last year crop remain on the surface to protect evaporation and add nutrition to the soil
crop rotation is a must to maintain a healthy soil and reduce usage of inputs
natural biological processes on the surface and in the soil are being intensified
the greenhouse gas emission is lowered due to less disturbance of the topsoil as well as straw and other plant residues left at the ground
carbon is a large component of straw and when the straw is cut and left in the field, it decomposes over time, a part of the carbon being built into the soil, thereby increasing carbon storage
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