Physico-chemical analysis of selected agricultural soil samples in Junnar tehsil of Pune district, Maharashtra

DOI: 10.18805/BKAP205    | Article Id: BKAP205 | Page : 79-82
Citation :- Physico-chemical analysis of selected agricultural soil samples in Junnar tehsil of Pune district, Maharashtra.Bhartiya Krishi Anusandhan Patrika.2020.(35):79-82
Shailesh Maruti Acharya smacharya.baif@gmail.com
Address :
College of Agriculture Business Management, Narayangaon, Pune-410 504, Maharashtra
Submitted Date : 22-05-2020
Accepted Date : 8-07-2020

Abstract

An experiment was undertaken at College of Agriculture Business Management, Narayangaon Maharashtra to investigate the physico- chemical properties of Onion and Tomato soil at ten different sites of Junnar tehsil of Pune District during February 2018 to May 2019. The soil parameters like soil pH, EC, Organic Carbon, Nitrogen, Potassium and Phosphorous content were analyzed. It was found that there was a marked variation in nutrients and parameters of various sample point in different farmers field. The results of the study show the low levels of Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium in both sites. Also the organic matter is low during the study area.

Keywords

Soil Physico-Chemical Higher.

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