Study of Association of Soil Parameters


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When we take combined effect of pH, electrical conductivity and organic carbon on study area it indicates no significant association with respect to various densities of classes. Similarly when we take the combined effect of macro nutrient (nitrogen, P2 O5, K2 O), and micro nutrient (Zn, Fe, Mn and Cu) on study area these combined parameters do not indicate significant association with respect to various density classes.

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