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Book Title:Alluvial And Red Lateritic Soil Types Of West Bengal, India
Author:Arnab Banerjee
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Publisher:LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
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Soil Alluvial Soil Black Soil Red Soil Laterite Soil . 3. Red soil - Develops old crystalline rocks. - Under rainfall, crystalline and metamorphic rocks. Soil Requirements. Ginger can be grown wide variety of soils, such as sandy loams, clay loams, alluvial, and lateritic soils. However, it is mainly grown red and laterite soils of Kerala, Karnataka, Odisha, West Bengal, Maharashtra, and northeastern states of India.. Alluvial soil is rich humus but deficient nitrogen and potash. It is loamy, ... What is difference between red soil black soil and laterite soil?. Red soil is formed due weathering of igneous and metamorphic rocks whereas latter is formed by leaching process heavy rainfall areas of tropical India.. Alluvial soil [43%] Red soil [18.5%] ... Laterite soil: Name Latin word ... 31 Responses "Soils of India: Classification and Characteristics". Major Soil Types of India – Alluvial Soils – Black Soils ... Major Soil Types of India: Red Soils, Lateritic Soils & Alkaline Soils. Filed Under: Geography, ....