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Vol. 10, Issue 11 (2021)

Available nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium status in soils of Katihar district of Bihar

Author(s):
Jayanti Priya, Ghanshyam, BK Vimal, Amrendra Kumar, Rajkishore Kumar and Ragini Kumari
Abstract:
The soils are the sources of nutrient supply to the plants. Hence, all the cropping sequences are indirectly governed by the soil resources. In this context, the present research work was carried out to map the available Nitogen, Potassium and Potassium (NPK) in the soils of Katihar district of Bihar. Where, krigging technique was used to map the analyzed soil samples. Research findings revealed that the range of soil pH was neutral to slightly alkaline. However, EC was normal. However, in context of organic carbon, available N, avail P2O5 and K2O, all these parameters were low to medium.
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How to cite this article:
Jayanti Priya, Ghanshyam, BK Vimal, Amrendra Kumar, Rajkishore Kumar, Ragini Kumari. Available nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium status in soils of Katihar district of Bihar. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(11):80-82.

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