Soil science is concerned with soil as a natural resource on the earth's surface, including its formation, classification, and mapping, and the physical, chemical, biological, and fertility qualities of soils in general, as well as these features in relation to soil use and management. Pedology (the formation, chemistry, morphology, and categorization of soil) and edaphology (the influence of soil on organisms, particularly plants) are sometimes used interchangeably with soil science.
Crop Sciences underlies the production and management of food, feed, fibre, and energy crops to meet human needs and to protect the environment.
The Crop and Soil Science stresses the scientific components of agronomy, such as using plant genetics and breeding to improve plant yield, quality, and profit, and optimizing soil physical, chemical, and microbial features to improve crop production.
Title : The potential of beneficial microorganisms with the interaction with halophytes in desert and/or arid saline areas
Edgar Omar Rueda Puente, University Of Sonora, Mexico
Title : Importance of biotechnology in developing effective management of fruit rots of apples
Mohammad Babadoost, University Of Illinois, United States
Title : Enhancing drought tolerance in sugarcane hybrids for sub-tropical environments: An inter-specific evaluation
Mintu Ram Meena, ICAR-Sugarcane Breeding Institute, India
Title : The phytochemical study of the pastinaca pimpinellifolia M.Bieb
Husniya, Sumgait State University, Azerbaijan
Title : Exploring the yield and cultivation practices of super napier/pakchong 1 grass in the Northern Province of Sri Lanka: Implications for smallholder dairy farmers
Harithas Aruchchunan, Kilinochchi, Sri Lanka