Journal of Food Science and Nutrition

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Editorial - Journal of Food Science and Nutrition (2021) Volume 4, Issue 6

Nutritional management

Nutrition management is the science and practice coordinated to connect soil, harvest, climate, and hydrologic factors with social, water system, and soil and water preservation practices to accomplish ideal supplement use effectiveness, crop yields, crop quality, and monetary returns, while lessening off-site transport of supplements (compost) that may affect the climate. It includes coordinating with a particular field soil, environment, and yield the board conditions to rate, source, timing, and spot (ordinarily known as the 4R supplement stewardship) of supplement application. Plant supplements are components that are fundamental for plant development and propagation that are accessible in the dirt (for example nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium), or from air or water (carbon, hydrogen, oxygen). When existing soil supplements can't create great harvest yields, extra supplements should be added. Supplements are added to the dirt from business composts or from natural sources like excrement, manure or bio solids.

Author(s): Shafiqul Islam Khan

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