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Distribution of available B in some soils of terai zone of West Bengal in relation to some of their physico-chemical properties



Distribution of available B in some soils of terai zone of West Bengal in relation to some of their physico-chemical properties



Crop Research (Hisar) 12(1): 18-23



Sixty-five soil samples were studied for the pattern of B distribution in relation to important soil characteristics in some soils of terai zone of West Bengal. The soils under study were found to be deficient in available B. Statistical analysis showed that available B was negatively correlated with pH, exchangeable Ca, exchangeable Mg, exchangeable K, available P and clay content and positively correlated with organic carbon and exchangeable Al.

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