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Comparative Study of Physico-Chemical Parameter of Soil Irrigated with Different Source of Water in Davanagere City, India

Author(s):

Divya M R , B I E T , Davangere; Divya M R, BIET College, Davanagere-577004; Vagish M, BIET College, Davanagere-577004

Keywords:

Physico-Chemical Parameters, Heavy Metals, Different Sources of Water for Irrigation, Sampling Tool, Correlation. Statistical Analysis, Pollution Index of Soil

Abstract

The effects of civilization in development of industrial production and urbanization has led to results in evolving out of the new technologies and also helps in development of agriculture to meet the requisite of people. Mainly agriculture depends on the different source of water, hence composition of source water influence on the soil properties Three samples are collected from the agricultural land irrigated with different source of water (sewage water, canal water, Bore well water) from different location of Davanagere city, samples were investigated for physico-chemical properties of soil and heavy metal concentration. From this study sewage soil having more nutrient value compare to other two samples because rich in organic carbon. Sewage soil having higher phosphorous (53 kg/ ha), nitrogen (190kg/ ha) heavy metals concentration are within the limit. The present study reveals that comparative analysis of physico-chemical parameters of soil irrigated with different source of water. Soil samples are collected from three different irrigated land are Budhihal, Shirama gondanahalli, Vidyanagar located near to Davangere for a period of 5 months which is from December 2015 to April 2016.The main objective of this study is to determine physico-chemical parameter of soil using statistical analysis, correlation analysis and also estimate the pollution index of the soil.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I50060
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 5
Publication Date: 01/08/2016
Page(s): 55-59

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