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Effect of Application of Different Quality Water through Pitcher Irrigation and Tillage Types on Tomato Production and Soil Properties of Coastal Saline Soil of West Bengal

DOI: 10.18805/IJARe.A-5551    | Article Id: A-5551 | Page : 739-744
Citation :- Effect of Application of Different Quality Water through Pitcher Irrigation and Tillage Types on Tomato Production and Soil Properties of Coastal Saline Soil of West Bengal.Indian Journal of Agricultural Research.2021.(55):739-744
Rahul Adhikary, Arunabha Pal, S.K. De rahul.adhikary@cutm.ac.in
Address : Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, Centurion University of Technology and Management, R.Sitapur-761 211, Odisha, India.
Submitted Date : 11-03-2020
Accepted Date : 16-06-2020

Abstract

Background: Water and tillage are the primary input for crop production and increasingly become scarce due to its high demand in agricultural sector. Pitcher irrigation, a traditional system of irrigation alternative to drip method is the effective innovation of localized methods of irrigation. 
Methods: In this experiment different quality water through pitcher irrigation and tillage types were taken from coastal saline soil. The effects of yield factor, soil chemical properties of saline soil were studied using pitcher irrigation and tillage types. 
Result: Results indicate that soil physical and chemical properties were all significantly improved by different pitcher irrigation with tillage practices. Results also showed that present experiment favoring better soil conditions, nutrient availabilities towards better growth and yield of crops. Our study suggests that blending of saline with freshwater in presence of mulch tillage can provide the best estimation in the improving soil properties and tomato production above the coastal saline soil.

Keywords

Pitcher Saline water Soil properties Tomato

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