International Journal of Advanced Biochemistry Research

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Vol. 8, Issue 3, Part E (2024)

Role of floriculture in promoting biodiversity and enhancing ecosystems: A review

Author(s): Abhimanyu Patel, Johnson Lakra, Shashi Kant Ekka, Sunny Sharma, Reena Kujur, Rajiv Kumar Kurrey and Ravi Kumar
Abstract: Floriculture, the art and science of cultivating ornamental plants and flowers, plays a multifaceted role in promoting biodiversity and enhancing ecosystems. This abstract provides a succinct overview of the multifaceted contributions of floriculture in these domains. Floriculture plays a noteworthy role in encouraging biodiversity and building up ecosystems. By cultivating and conserving a vast variety of flowering plants, floriculture comes up with the conservation of plant species and their habitats. Floriculture is a domain of horticultural sciences, concerning with growing, handling, maintaining and marketing of ornamentals, growing at the neck- breaking speed, reflecting the gesture of this business globally. The Sustainability of floriculture is aiming to reduce environmental degradation, maintain productivity, build up economic viability, conserve resources and energy and maintain stable communities and quality of life. The sustainable practices include INM (Integrated Nutrient Management), IPM (Integrated Pest Management), crop rotation and efficient utilization of water. There is considerable interest in the loss of ecosystems and the associated biodiversity, due to intensive agriculture, pasture desertion,
Pages: 373-377  |  165 Views  85 Downloads


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How to cite this article:
Abhimanyu Patel, Johnson Lakra, Shashi Kant Ekka, Sunny Sharma, Reena Kujur, Rajiv Kumar Kurrey, Ravi Kumar. Role of floriculture in promoting biodiversity and enhancing ecosystems: A review. Int J Adv Biochem Res 2024;8(3):373-377. DOI: 10.33545/26174693.2024.v8.i3e.743
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