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Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science

Publication and Periodicity

First issue of the Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science was published in 1953. Since then this journal has been published uninterrupted. Never so far, even a single issue has either been missed or two issues combined as one. The Golden Volume of the Journal (Volume 50) has been published.

VOLUME 69 NUMBER 2 June 2021

CONTENTS

Shrink-Swell soils of Palakkad district, Kerala: Their characteristics and classification. Jagdish Prasad, K.S. Anil Kumar, K.M. Nair, B.A. Dhanorkar, K.V. Niranjan, D.S. Mohekar and Arti Koyal

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Assessment and mapping of available soil nutrients using GIS for nutrient management in hot arid regions of North-Western India. Mahesh Kumar, Amal Kar, P. Raina, S.K. Singh, P.C. Moharana and J.S. Chauhan

119

Mapping of nutrients status in Tatrakallu village of Anantapuramu district of Andhra Pradesh using geographic information system. G. Sashikala, M.V.S. Naidu, K.V. Ramana, K.V. Nagamadhuri, A. Pratap Kumar Reddy, P. Sudhakar and T. Giridhara Krishna

133

Ground water quality assessment of different villages of Chikkamagalur block in Chikkamagalur district of Karnataka. H.E. Sachin, Y.V. Singh, K.R. Bindu, D. Sai Pavan and R.N. Meena

142

Distribution of cationic micronutrients in relation to different soil properties and fractions of phosphorus in coastal soils of West Bengal. P. Naskar, D.K. Das and Debashis Ghosh

147

Optimization of integrated nutrient recommendations through soil test crop response approach for forage oats (Avena sativa L.) in a Mollisol. Shalini Jinkwan, Sobaran Singh, Navneet Pareek and Poonam Gautam

156

Assessment of nutrient requirement for spring brinjal (Solanum melongena L.) through soil test crop response approach on North Indian Mollisol. Pallavi Bhatt, Sobaran Singh, Pawan Kumar Pant, Ramesh Chandra, Poonam Gautam, Lalit Bhatt and Alka Arya

162

Long-term effect of nutrient management on soil microbial properties and nitrogen fixation in a Vertisol under soybean–wheat cropping sequence. Jalendra Bairwa, B.S. Dwivedi, Anay Rawat, R.K. Thakur and Neeta Mahawar

171

Effects of bio-NPK consortium on growth, yield and nutrient uptake by rice under clay loam textured soil. N.B. Gohil, V.P. Ramani, V.H. Kadivala and R.P. Kacha

179

Impact of microbial consortia on microbial population and available nutrients in soil under soybean crop. Bablu Yaduwanshi, R.K. Sahu, N.G. Mitra and B.S. Dwivedi

187

Enrichment of maize grains with zinc through agronomic biofortification. G.G. Kandali, N. Yadav, R.M. Karmakar and D. Tamuly

195

Nutrient content of tomato as influenced by different sources and levels of boron. Altaf Kuntoji, C.T. Subbarayappa, P.K. Basavaraja and G.K. Mukunda

203

Influence of soil moisture regimes, amendments and ageing on nickel availability in soils. Shehnaz, R. Sikka and Dhanwinder Singh

210

Nitrogen and sulphur release from added millets and oilseeds residues in Indo-Gangetic black and Alluvial soils of Varanasi. Sreejan Singh, P.K. Sharma and Surendra Singh

216

Influence of varying levels of zinc on yield and zinc biofortification in hybrid rice (Oryza sativa L.) grown in moderate zinc soil. Kiran Kumar Mohapatra, Satish Kumar Singh and Abhik Patra

220

Obituary

224

Bulletins

Abstracts of the Anuual Convention

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