Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Relationships between the Physico-Chemical Properties and the Dielectric Constant of Kota Area Soil
Vivek Singh , Ashutosh Panday
Soil is a valuable natural resource that is vital to preserving environmental equilibrium. The goal of this article was to look at how dry soils' dielectric constant varied based on the nutrients that were available as well as their physical makeup. It describes the correlation between the soil sample's dielectric constant and physico-chemical characteristics from the Kota Block of the Bilaspur District. From diverse agricultural lands in Shivtarai, Bardwar, Khurdur, Kargikalan, Kota, and Gobaripat, soil samples were collected. An automatic X-band microwave setup in the TE10 mode with a Reflex Klystron resource operating at 9 GHz was used to determine the dielectric constant. The physical characteristics, pH, and electrical conductivity of soil samples were examined. All of these characteristics contribute to a better understanding of soil physics, agricultural applications, and data processing via remote sensing. The best crop decisions may be made by farmers with the help of this research.
physio-chemical properties of soil, Dielectric constant, correlation coefficient, electric conductivity.
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