Vol. 3, Issue 4 (2015)
A review on physico-chemical properties of soil
Author(s): SS Kekane, RP Chavan, DN Shinde, CL Patil, SS Sagar
Abstract: The soil is the most important constituent to fulfilment of all the basic needs of human beings. Soil is an important component of our farming. An eminent position in global cultivation of wheat, rice, jawar, pulses, sugarcane, vegetables and fruits etc. is occupied by Indian agriculture and reason of physical, chemical condition of whatever land is indispensable for proper implementation of the other management practices. Thus the physico-chemical study of territory is very significant because both physical and chemical properties which bear upon the soil productivity. This, physico-chemical study of soil is based on various parameters like pH, electrical conductivity, texture, moisture, temperature, soil organic matter, available nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. This knowledge will help to the people who are interested to work in agricultural field.
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How to cite this article:
SS Kekane, RP Chavan, DN Shinde, CL Patil, SS Sagar. A review on physico-chemical properties of soil. Int J Chem Stud 2015;3(4):29-32.