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Effects of air pollution in vegetable production

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Effects of air pollution in vegetable production

  1. 1. AIR POLLUTION AND ITS EFFECT ON VEGETABLE PRODUCTION SUBI TABA
  2. 2. AIR POLLUTION
  3. 3. VEGETABLE PRODUCTION
  4. 4. AIR POLLUTION
  5. 5. CONTENTS  Introduction  Definition  Causes  Air pollutants : types & source  Vegetables Affected  Crop economy  How to tackle with this hidden threat?  Solutions ????  Conclusion
  6. 6. Introduction  Air Pollution a hidden threat to the food production  Crops can be injured when exposed to high concentration.  These include the length of exposure to the pollutant, the plant species and its stage of development as well as the environmental factors which make it either susceptible or resistant to injury.
  7. 7. WhatisAirPollution?  Air pollution is the introduction of chemicals, particulate matter, or biological materials that cause harm or discomfort to humans or other living organisms, or cause damage to the natural environment or built environment, into the atmosphere rations of various AIR POLLUTANTS.
  8. 8. TYPES  AIR POLLUTANTS  PRIMARY  SECONDARY
  9. 9. TYPES OF POLLUTANTS
  10. 10. SOURCESOFAIRPOLLUTANTSSS
  11. 11. Sources *Industrial emission *Burning of Fossil Fuels *Product of accidental releases due to inadequate spills or sprays *Agriculture activities *Volcanoes & Forestfire *Acid Rain
  12. 12. INDUSTRIAL EMISSION
  13. 13. VOLCANOES & FOREST FIRE
  14. 14. ACIDRAIN
  15. 15. Effects of Air Pollution on Plants  Air pollution injury to plants can be evident in several ways. Injury to foliage may be visible in a short time and appear as necrotic lesions (dead tissue), or it can develop slowly as a yellowing or chlorosis of the leaf.  There may be a reduction in growth of various portions of a plant. Plants may be killed outright, but they usually do not succumb until they have suffered recurrent injury.
  16. 16. SULPHUR DIOXIDE
  17. 17. SULPHUR’S CHOLORISIS MELON STRAWBERRY
  18. 18. Sulphur Resistance
  19. 19. NITROGEN DIOXIDE NITRIC ACID
  20. 20. NITROGEN EFFECT SOYABEAN
  21. 21. Resistance To Nitrogen
  22. 22. OZONE
  23. 23. EFFECTS OF OZONE ON ONION
  24. 24. Resistance to ozone Pears Apricots
  25. 25. HYDROGEN FLOURIDE
  26. 26. FLOURINE SUSCEPTIBLE CROPS PLUM FOLIAGE SYRAH( BLACK GRAPES)
  27. 27. Immune To Fluorine
  28. 28. CROP ECONOMY
  29. 29. ACCORDING TO NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION U.K. CROP YIELD WILL BE REDUCE TO 10% BY 2020
  30. 30. ULTIMATELY
  31. 31. HUNGER
  32. 32. A BIG QUESTION! BUT HOW TO TACKLE WITH THIS HIDDEN THREAT??
  33. 33. SOLUTIONS????
  34. 34. CONTROL OF AIR POLLUTION
  35. 35. THE FOSSIL FUELS USEBANN
  36. 36. ICAR VISION 2030  The vision articulates the strategies to overcome the challenges and tap the opportunities along with the Farmers by harnessing the power of science and undertaking boundary less partnership with different stakeholders in food supply chain at national and international level.
  37. 37. ICAR VISIONS TO PONDER….  BIOTECHNOLOGY  INTEGRATED FARMING  CROP BREEDING  SUSTAINABLE FOOD PRODUCTION  WASTE MANAGEMENT  ORGANIC FARMING
  38. 38. BIOTECHNOLOGY
  39. 39. INTEGRATED FARMING  Fish cum Paddy Field on the ZiroValley of Arunachal Pradesh.
  40. 40. CROP BREEDING
  41. 41. WATER STRESS MECHANISM INHIBITES THE AIR POLLUTANT ENTRY THROUGH THE STOMATAES.
  42. 42. SUSTAINABLEFOOD PRODUCTION
  43. 43. WASTEMANAGEMENT
  44. 44. ORGANICFARMING
  45. 45. CONCLUSION
  46. 46. THE END

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