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Abstract

Opportunities, Toxicological Implications, and Occupational Dangers of Nanotechnology In Agriculture

Author(s): Steff Brown

Urbanization, energy and resource limits, sustainable resource use, runoff, and pesticide and fertilizer buildup are some of the agricultural and environmental concerns that nanotechnology has the ability to address. Because of the increased desire for improved agricultural yields and more effective techniques to enhance agricultural operations, the usage of nano scale materials in agricultural research is expanding. In reality, nanotechnology may have a significant influence on the development of sustainable agriculture and precision farming.
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