Fertilizer Effects on Fertility in Various Betul District Areas
This study looked at the effects of five fertilization treatments on soil parameters in the ploughed layer (0-20 cm) of paddy soil in Betul District, Madhya Pradesh, from 2016 to 2022. These parameters included pH, SOC, TN, C/N ratio, and accessible nutrients (AN, AP, and AK). There were a number of different treatments, including no fertilizer (CK), straw return (SR), chemical fertilizer (NPK), organic manure (OM), and green manure (GM). While OM treatment resulted in the highest average AN and AP levels, NPK therapy resulted in the second highest (1.2 and 20.3 times higher than CK, respectively) during the course of the trial. Soil fertility may be increased here by applying organic manure and K fertilizer while taking the existing K content into account. Our findings imply that yearly straw replanting might increase soil fertility in this section of the Betul district.
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Unique Paper ID: 161548

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 4

Page(s): 586 - 591
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