Pollutant management practices are used to focus interventions only where they are needed to improve and sustain soil fertility and productivity while minimizing risks to the environment, and to immobilize or adsorb contaminants from polluted soil. They address the soil threat of soil borne pests and diseases.
SQAPP includes 27 examples of the world-wide use of the following soil managment practices.
- Integrated pest and disease management
- Integrated nutrient management
- Automated targeting