As a result of the above three reasons, burning remains the most economical, quick and easy way for farmers to wind up the residue after the harvest. Little do they know that it not only lowers soil fertility but also causes air pollution. In an effort to recoup the lost soil health, the farmers, once again,
In turn making this whole exercise toxic for the farmland. The soot and green house gases released through this process further accelerate the problem of global warming. As a pioneer and expert in this field we have a set of three solutions mentioned below. We not only advocate these solutions but also provide Crop residue management and consultancy services for the same.
COLLECTION OF STRAW THROUGH BALERS AND RAKES:
OUR EFFORTS TO REDUCE CROP BURNING CAN BE BACKED BY GOVERNMENT DATA SUCH AS THE SATELLITE IMAGES GIVEN BELOW. THESE RED DOT IN THE IMAGE SHOWS REDUCED BURNING THROUGHOUT OUR AREA OF OPERATION I.E. SOUTH-WEST PUNJAB.