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Sustainability of Wheat Crops in the Context of Climate Change

Authors: Lungu Emanuela, Șerban Florina-Loredana, Trifan Daniela, Ghiorghe Alin, Mocanu Florin, Șerban Daniel-George, Turek-Rahoveanu Maria Magdalena

DOI: https://doi.org/10.37082/IJIRMPS.ICTIMESH-23.11

Short DOI: https://doi.org/mgdw

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Abstract: The sustainability of wheat crops is an important challenge in the context of globalization and climate change. Wheat is one of the most important food crops worldwide, being used for the production of bread, pasta, cereals, but also for animal feed. Globalization has led to an increase in the demand for food products, which has led to an intensification of agricultural production and an increase in the area under wheat cultivation. This intensification can have negative effects on the environment, such as soil erosion, pesticide and fertilizer pollution, and biodiversity degradation. In addition, climate change can have a significant impact on wheat production through changes in temperatures, precipitation, moisture levels and other meteorological factors. To ensure the sustainability of wheat crops, an integrated approach is needed, which includes the use of more environmentally friendly agricultural practices, such as organic farming, crop rotation, the use of organic fertilizers and the protection of biodiversity. In addition, it is important to promote research and development of wheat varieties adapted to new climatic conditions and able to provide sustainable, cost-effective production with minimal environmental impact.The present work aims to present the sustainable wheat production technologies such as: maintenance of soil health, mechanical works, fertilization systems.

Keywords: Wheat, Sustainability


Paper Id: 3.111

Published On: 2024-01-23

Published In: Special Issue - International Conference on Trends & Innovations in Management, Engineering, Sciences and Humanities (ICTIMESH-23) (January 2024)

Cite This: Sustainability of Wheat Crops in the Context of Climate Change - Lungu Emanuela, Șerban Florina-Loredana, Trifan Daniela, Ghiorghe Alin, Mocanu Florin, Șerban Daniel-George, Turek-Rahoveanu Maria Magdalena - IJIRMPS Special Issue - International Conference on Trends & Innovations in Management, Engineering, Sciences and Humanities (ICTIMESH-23) (January 2024). DOI 10.37082/IJIRMPS.ICTIMESH-23.11

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