• Muhammad Asif
  • Saqaina Anwar
Keywords: Unloyal, Royal, Technology


Nowadays, the world is full of modern technologies related to science. Science surrounds the systematic study of the structure and behaviour of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment and is the suit of scientific knowledge for a practical motive. In other words, we can say that technology uses science to resolve problems, and science uses technology to create new uncovering’s. For example, farmers use artificial unloyal fertilisers and pesticides, which are beneficial for crops but not for humans. But the advantages and disadvantages concerning crop growth and soil fertility depend upon nature of crops while in the old times, farmers only preferred fertilisers made from the organic matter which was royal and rich in nutrients too with no side effects and beneficial for humans Some examples are also discussed in this paper that show how technology and science work together.


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How to Cite
Muhammad Asif, Saqaina Anwar, and D. PANDEY, “NEW UNLOYAL REPLACING OLD ROYAL”, IJCBS, vol. 1, no. 3, Jul. 2020.