Subhan Danish

Bahauddin Zakariya University

Dr. Subhan Danish is a guest lecturer at Bahauddin Zakariya University, Pakistan. He has a bachelor’s degree in agriculture, a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in agriculture (soil science). Dr. Danish teaches at undergraduate and graduate levels, focusing on soil science and plant nutrition. His current research interests include soil microbial and nutrient dynamics, their regulation pattern with non-coding and their role in plant growth, abiotic stress alleviation, nanoparticles in agriculture, and climate-smart agriculture with artificial intelligence. His papers have been published in a variety of peer-reviewed journals, including Scientific Report, Journal of Environmental Management, Science of the Total Environment, Cleaner Production, and Chemosphere. His work has been cited over 3980 times by researchers from all over the world and has an H-index of 32 and i10-index of 98. He is a reviewer for a number of international journals: Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Journal of Environmental Management, Remote Sensing, Scientific Report, Environmental Technology, and Innovation and Frontiers in Plant Science.

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Smart Farming - Integrating Conservation Agriculture, Information Technology, and Advanced Techniques for Sustainable Crop Production is a timely and comprehensive volume that explores the latest advances and opportunities in an emerging field. The book brings together experts from various disciplines to discuss the principles, practices, and technologies of smart farming, and their potential for sustainable agriculture. Topics include the adoption of conservation agriculture, information technology drivers in smart farming management systems, physiological breeding, and nanotechnology applications in smart farming. This book is intended for researchers, policymakers, and practitioners in the field of agriculture who are interested in exploring the latest developments in smart farming and its potential for enhancing crop production, reducing environmental impact, and increasing farmers’ profits.

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