G:\CMTE\RU\16\RCP\RCP_H4447.XML XXXXX XXXXXXX 9/15/2020 9:13 XXXXXXX 09/15/2020 09:02 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXX 777168|2 [Discussion Draft] [Discussion Draft] September 15, 2020 116th CONGRESS 2d Session Rules Committee Print 116–63 Text of H.R. 4447 Offered by M_. Potential of soil C sequestration in India is estimated at 7 to 10 Tg C/y for restoration of degraded soils and ecosystems, 5 to 7 Tg C/y for erosion control, 6 to 7 Tg C/y for adoption of RMPs on agricultural soils, and 22 to 26 Tg C/y for secondary carbonates. Thus, total potential of soil C sequestration is 39 to 49 (44± 5) Tg C/y. With a large land area and diverse ecoregions, there is a considerable potential of terrestrial/soil carbon sequestration in India.
Vertical farming is a revolutionary and more sustainable method of agriculture than its counterpart as it lowers the requirement of water to up to 70% and This is frequently circulated and monitored in order to ensure that there is the maintenance of the correct chemical composition in the nutrient solution.