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Vol. 10, Special Issue 10 (2021)

Effect of slope on physiochemical properties of some selected pedon in hydromorphic soils in Khagaria district using remote sensing and GIS

Author(s):
Santosh Kumar, Ramjeet Yadav, Mamta Kumari, YK Singh, Rajkishore Kumar, BK Vimal, Ragini Kumari and Anamika Kumari
Abstract:
The present investigation was carried out on “Impact of slope on physiochemical properties of some selected Pedon in Hydromorphic Soils” Khagaria district, and six selected profile was investigated in P1 (Parbatta), P2 (Gogri), P3 (Alauli), P4 (Mansi) and P5 (Khagaria), respectively. These soils belong to deep to very deep with varying texture and drainage classes and have some typical features over pedogenesis under impeded drainage condition. Overall, results indicated that degree of hydromorphism in these soils has been determined by the extent and distribution of mottles and gleys in the profiles, which reflects the effect of the fluctuating groundwater table and depth of the permanent water table. consideration organic carbon content, there was deficient in organic matter content. Thereby, application of judicious use of fertilizer by farmers, maintain the soil fertility status, and overall increased the soil health and soil quality.
Pages: 986-988  |  332 Views  92 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Santosh Kumar, Ramjeet Yadav, Mamta Kumari, YK Singh, Rajkishore Kumar, BK Vimal, Ragini Kumari and Anamika Kumari. Effect of slope on physiochemical properties of some selected pedon in hydromorphic soils in Khagaria district using remote sensing and GIS. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(10S): 986-988.

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