Comparative analysis of various soils concerning chemical parameters in command (canal irrigated) and uncommand (well irrigated and rainfed) areas of Raisinghnagar, District Sriganganagar (Rajasthan)
Keywords:Command area, Uncommand area, Chemical parameters
Soil is a vital source for the cultivation of all types of crops. The crop’s cultivation depends on the soil's physical and chemical properties. The optimum plant growth and crop yield depend not only on the total amount of nutrients present in the soil at a particular time but also on their availability which in turn is controlled by the physical and chemical properties of soil. So, in the present study, a comparative analysis was undertaken between various soil parameters (chemical properties of soil) of different vicinity like Command (canal irrigated) and Uncommand (well irrigated and rainfed) agriculture fields of various villages in Sriganganagar District, Rajasthan. The cumulative analysis of soil chemical parameters regarding the Command (canal irrigated) area and Uncommand (well irrigated and rainfed) area were undertaken during the study period.
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