6Nanocarbons in Agricultural Plants: Can be a Potential Nanofertilizer?

Anupriya Singh1, Anshu Bhati1, Gunture1, Kumud Malika Tripathi2 and Sumit Kumar Sonkar1

1Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Department of Chemistry, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302017, India

2Gachon University, Department of Bionanotechnology, Seongnam, Gyeonggi-do 13120, South Korea

6.1 Introduction

At present, the need of opting for sustainable materials such as organic-based fertilizers is of great interest because of their better efficiencies [1–8] and biocompatibility [9–11], which makes them suitable for long-term use in agricultural sciences, compared to synthetic fertilizers [12–18]. The present situation demands [19–26] sustainable and newer techniques [2,27–32] ...

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