The combination of mineral and organic fertilizers shows sustained yields in the long run compared to just mineral fertilization, as well as increased crop production per unit of synthetic fertilizer applied (Gruhn et al., 2000). Inorganic fertilizer combined with green manure leads to increased yields in rice-groundnut cropping (Prasad et al., 2002). They registered yield increases of 1.6 t/ha and 0.25 t/ha for rice and groundnut respectively.
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