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SOIL LOSS ESTIMATION IN EXPERIMENTAL ORCHARD AT NAUNIIN SOLAN DISTRICT OF HIMACHAL PRADESH

@inproceedings{Bambra2016SOILLE,
  title={SOIL LOSS ESTIMATION IN EXPERIMENTAL ORCHARD AT NAUNIIN SOLAN DISTRICT OF HIMACHAL PRADESH},
  author={Akshay Bambra},
  year={2016}
}
The present investigation entitled “Soil Loss Estimation in Experimental Orchard at Nauni in Solan District of Himachal Pradesh” was carried out with a view to ascertain the physical, chemical and hydraulic properties, erodibility characteristics under various land use and sediment and nutrient losses in orchard land use. Accordingly, eight representative soil samples from two different depths of 0-15 cm and 15-30 cm were collected from three different land uses thus making the total number of… 

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