A STUDY ON AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION: NEED AND USE
Conservation Agricultural (CA)systems have been identified as one long-term solution to agriculture's depletion of natural resources and degradation of environmental quality, when combined with appropriate crop and soil management packages. Intensive agricultural practices have been effective in achieving production targets but have also resulted in the depletion of natural resources. Expanded worries about supportable farming have been viewed as a positive response both to minimal inputs, conventional horticulture as well as to current escalated agribusiness, which depend on high harvest inputs. The horticultural protection approach depends on three basic beliefs: least aggravation of soil, conservation of surface yield deposits and harvest revolution. These strategies are utilized by horticultural frameworks that increment profitability, yet in addition save biodiversity and secure the climate. Agricultural system transformation on the basis of CA concepts is already taking place and is gaining momentum as a new model for the 21st century, according to global empirical data.Conservation based agricultural technologies have been established, refined and distributed in India for almost two decades and, since then, despite a series of barriers to CA adoption, significant progress has been achieved. This paper mainly focuses on the estimates of farmer organizations, the agriculture sector and quite good individuals; it gives an overview of the acceptance of and distribution of CA by region, and the degree of acceptance by area of CA.