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Soil variations in relation to forest management in Lalsohanra irrigated plantation

, : Soil variations in relation to forest management in Lalsohanra irrigated plantation. Pakistan Journal of Forestry 25(1): 5-13

The main kinds of soils and their problems are identified and described. Some reclamation measures are suggested. The soils are predominantly loamy and are homogeneous. At places they are clayey and stratified. These soils occur in the valleys locally known as 'dhars'. About 50 per cent of the area is occupied by sand dunes having irregular relief.


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