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Vol. 6, Issue 9 (2017)

Effect of calcium, potassium and phosphorous solubility with organic farming practices in black soil: A farmer study

Author(s):
Gopal Rathor, Neelam Chopra, Gopal Chourey, Rajesh Sohani and Savan Verma
Abstract:
The soil organic carbon plays a important role for nutrients solubility and control level of pH in soil. Total 32 farmers were selected of Biore Group of Kasarawad Tehsil of Khargone district (M.P.) for this study. The soil pH, EC, Soil organic, Available P, K and Ca were determined by using standard methods. In this study we found that the pH value (mean=7.43) of soil samples were normal. In the case of organic carbon we evaluated that all sample contain high or normal range. The solubility of phosphorus, calcium and potassium in all samples were high or normal. In this study we revaluate that the solubility of calcium, potassium and phosphorous were depend upon the soil pH and organic carbon. So in future this study will made a beneficial for former. Former can decreased the cast of cultivation, got more production and improved soil health. The research helps decrease the consumption rate of fertilizer and motivate to farmers for organic farming.
Pages: 80-82  |  390 Views  17 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Gopal Rathor, Neelam Chopra, Gopal Chourey, Rajesh Sohani and Savan Verma. Effect of calcium, potassium and phosphorous solubility with organic farming practices in black soil: A farmer study. 2017; 6(9): 80-82.
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