International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 5, Issue 5 (2017)
Level of significance of various chemical properties of soils in Sakri Tehsil of Dhule District (M.S.)
Author(s): Nilam B Kondvilkar, Ritu S Thakare and MVVI Annapurna
The available forms of nutrients governs the fertility of soil and controls the productivity of crops but this is influenced by pH, EC, organic carbon and CaCO3 status of soil. A study was conducted to assess available nutrient status and their relationship with chemical properties of soils of Sakri Tehsil of Dhule District by GIS technique and results showed that, the positive significant correlation of soil pH with available P and significant negative correlation with available micronutrients i.e. F, Zn, Cu and B was observed. EC was negatively and significantly correlated with available Mn. Organic carbon was non-significantly and negatively correlated with available P, K, S, Fe, Zn, Cu, Mo and exchangeable Mg while, non-significantly and positively correlated with available N, S, Mn, B and exchangeable Ca. Calcium carbonate shows non-significantly negative correlation with available P, S, Fe, Mn and exchangeable Ca and Mg.
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Nilam B Kondvilkar, Ritu S Thakare, MVVI Annapurna. Level of significance of various chemical properties of soils in Sakri Tehsil of Dhule District (M.S.). Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(5):1960-1967.