Role of Micronutrients in Improving Climatic Resilience and Future Research Areas for Improving Use Efficiency
In the context of the IFA (International Fertilizer Association) Webinar, U. Singh delivered a presentation on the pivotal role of micronutrients in enhancing climatic resilience and explored avenues for future research to optimize their use efficiency. The webinar, held on October 26, 2020, focused on the intersection of agriculture, nutrition, and environmental sustainability. The presentation by U. Singh underscored the significance of micronutrients in bolstering crops' resilience to the challenges posed by a changing climate. Micronutrients, despite being required in trace amounts, play a vital role in plant growth, nutrient uptake, and stress tolerance. Singh delved into the mechanisms by which micronutrients influence plant responses to environmental stressors, such as drought, extreme temperatures, and soil degradation.
Singh, U. 2020. Role of Micronutrients in Improving Climatic Resilience and Future Research Areas for Improving Use Efficiency. IFA Webinar on “Improving human health with micronutrient fertilization,” October 26, 2020. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBk2v0hdJnI