Pollution of soil due to Birla cement factory of Satna, Madhya Pradesh, India
Dinendra Vikram Bauddha, Dr. (Smt. ) Shobha Gupta
The study aimed to explore the brief status of soil fertility and important for increasing of food productivity to satisfy the increasing of population needs. Four soil samples of industrial area taken from the different zones of Satna, Madhya Pradesh, India based on the land use and land cover pattern. Most of the soil samples were sandy nature and low soil moisture content may cause the soil erosion and not suitable agriculture and industrial activities. Agricultural soil were high amount of sand, silt contents low nutrient availability may decrease the crop yield and not suitable for agricultural purpose. It may reason for continuous using of chemical fertilizers and improper agricultural methods. Organic farming and crop rotations are increased the crop yield.