Ans.There are beliefs that most regenerative agriculture practices are good for soil health and have other environmental benefits. No-till reduces soil erosion and encourages water to infiltrate soils (although it can require greater use of herbicides). Cover crops do the same, and can also reduce water pollution. Diverse crop rotations can lower pesticide use. And good grazing practices such as moving cattle around frequently, adding legumes or fertilizers, and avoiding overgrazing can increase vegetation and protect water sources.
11-Jan-2021 | Answer by: Ram