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Nigerian Journal of Soil Science
Research has shown that the global population is increasing geometrically, and the soil pressure is increasing, leading to soil degradation. In Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), soil degradation has led to the loss of about 615 million hectares while in Nigeria the effect is enormous, considering that Nigeria is the most populous nation in Africa and highly dependent on agriculture. To manage the soil better, there is a need for an approach that is sustainable, resilient, and can reduce Green Housedoi:10.36265/colsssn.2020.4418 fatcat:2zkobw3doff5hdof3vs3nriame