Agricultural residues are by-products within the agricultural production system that must be used to the maximum by converting them into organic fertilizers, fodder, human food, clean energy, or manufacturing them to achieve clean horizontal agriculture, protect the environment from pollution, improve agricultural products and provide employment opportunities in the agricultural sector, thus improving the economic and environmental situation to improve the health and social level in the countryside.
There are many types of agricultural waste, like Field residues, which are all wastes that start at the field level and are divided into ,Field residues of plant origin (crop residues) They are wastes produced during harvesting, collecting or combining field crops or during their preparation for marketing, most of these wastes are produced at the field level and by farmers. This type of wastes represents the largest amount of agricultural wastes, this type is very low in protein especially when used in its raw form in animal feed, from these wastes: rice straw, wheat straw, barley, beans, lentils, alfalfa, chickpeas, corn stover, corn stalks, and the thrones of horticultural crops and vegetables. Field residues of animal origin (animal waste)
These are animal and poultry waste during its presence on farms or production stations from “animal droppings (animal dung), blue and poultry litter.
Agricultural Waste Management It’s about correcting agricultural waste that is not handled in the correct and proper manner as it may cause air and water supply pollution in the desert of the agricultural lands and the inhabitants of the soil in the healthy agricultural areas.