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This is an important cyclical and sustainable relation among field crops, domestic animals and humans in traditional Asian agricultural technology. The green revolution technology has severed this cyclical and sustainable relation by using large amounts of chemical fertilizers and agricultural machinery in order to obtain short run grain yield increase. This was a necessary evil, since when the green revolution technology was introduced in the middle of sixties, world food shortage was very severe.