Category: Soil science

Plant nutrients
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Plant Nutrients – classification and functions | Agristudent.com

Introduction Plant nutrients are a very important part of study of plant physiology. The roles and classification of plant nutrients is very important Plants contain…

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Hydrgel
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Hydrogel | Agristudent.com

Introduction Why hydrogel is important? India is witnessing decreasing trend in irrigation water avialability Due to need for irrigation to bring more and more area…

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Soil health card
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Soil Health Card | Agristudent.com

Introduction Soil Health Card beneficial or not? Also Read other related articles  Soil texture – impirtance, textural classes Soil groups of India Soil classification  According…

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Tractor
Posted in Agronomy Soil science

Puddling | Agristudent.com

What is Puddling? Puddling is ploughing the land with standing water so as to create an impervous layer below the surface to reduce deep percolation…

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Soil texture - sand
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Soil Texture – textural classes | Agristudent.com

Soil texture Soil texture refers to the relative proportion of particles or it is the relative percentage by we ight of the three soil separates viz.,…

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Manures – classification & contents | Agristudent.com

Manures – classification and content Meaning of word – Manure The word manure is derived from the French word “Manoeuvrer’, meaning ‘to manipulate’ or ‘to…

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Soil aggregates, Bulk Density, Particle density, Soil consistence | Agristudent.com

Soil aggregates Soil aggregates are ‘clumps’ of soil particles that are held together by moist clay, organic matter (such as roots), by organic compounds (from…

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C:N ratio

All organic matter made is up of substantial amounts of carbon (C) combined with lesser amounts of nitrogen (N) The balance of these two elements…

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red
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Soil Groups Of India | Agristudent.com

India is a huge country. India has varied geographical conditions. There are many types of soils found in india due to the different prevailing agroclimatic…

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Classification Of Soils | Agristudent.com

The most general level of classification in the USDA system of Soil Taxonomy is the Soil Order. Soil orders are frequently defined by a single…

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