Why Soil Testing?

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Soil Testing

To Know the Soil is Fertile or Not

To know the current condition of soil and improve it

To Know the deficiency of nutrients in the soil

To minimise fertiliser expenditure as you will know the soil status and therefore
you may know exactly which fertilizer to be use and How much Quantity

Soil fertility is determined by the soil’s chemical, physical and biological properties.

Parameters Like
Soil Texture,
Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC),
Soil Moisture,
Water Holding Capacity,
pH,
Soil Conductivity,
Organic Carbon,
Total Nitrogen,
Available Phosphorus,
 Available Potassium,
Available Sulphur,
Exchangeable Calcium and Magnesium and
Micronutrients Like Available Zinc, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Boron and Molybdenum etc gives the answer to above mentioned Questions Moreover, For the Purpose of impact on environment Soil plays measure role. Parameter like heavy metals, organic carbon, pH etc are important.