Conservation of Soil Biodiversity

This provides particulars on Willmar International’s conservation policies, practices, and initiatives in and around its oil-palm concessions in Asia and Africa. It includes an overview of the company’s pledge to conservation and the challenges faced, as well as case studies on its research collaborations and partnerships with government, conservation organizations, and sanctuaries. Soil biodiversity refers to the relationship of soil biodiversity and to aspects of the soil that can be managed in relation to biodiversity. Soil biodiversity relates to some catchment management considerations.

 It is not astonishing that soil management has a direct effect on biodiversity. This includes practices that influence soil volume, structure, biological, and chemical characteristics, and whether soil exhibits adverse effects such as reduced fertility, soil acidification. This section touches on selected soil factors that may be affected by soil management, and the according effect they can have on biodiversity. Soil structure describes the arrangement of the solid parts of the soil and of the pore space located between them. It is determined by how individual soil granules clump, bind together, and aggregate, resulting in the arrangement of soil pores between them. Soil structure has a major influence on water and air movement, biological activity, root growth and seedling appearance.

  • Ecological role of biodiversity in agrology system
  • Soil and water conservation biodiversity
  • Impacts of increased biodiversity
  • Types of soil conservation
  • Detriments to biodiversity through organic farming

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