Physico-chemical analysis of forest soil of Baran forest division-Rajasthan
Author(s): Bhupendra Singh, SBS Pandey and Aditya Kumar Jayant
For proper environmental supervision and resource consumption, research on the nature and characteristics of soil in forest ecosystems is essential. The physico-chemical characteristics of soils in various forest microsites of the Baran forest division are of interest in the current scientific research, which is a review. The findings show that all of the Baran forest division's chosen sites have medium or high mineral contents. The pH ranged from 6.89 to 7.05, and the highest amount of organic carbon, 3.27 percent, was found at Site-IV. At a depth of 0 to 30 cm, Site-V had the highest value of available nitrogen (405.20 kg/ha), and Site-II had the lowest value of available nitrogen (355.20 kg/ha).
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Bhupendra Singh, SBS Pandey, Aditya Kumar Jayant. Physico-chemical analysis of forest soil of Baran forest division-Rajasthan. Int J Adv Biochem Res 2023;7(2S):114-117.