alexa Effect of Conservation Trenches on Plantation Crop in Degraded Watershed in Kandhamal District of Odisha.

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Effect of Conservation Trenches on Plantation Crop in Degraded Watershed in Kandhamal District of Odisha.

Kandhamal, though receives rainfall around 1396 mm, due to its uneven distribution, heavy downpour of rain at times results in sudden high runoff, which ultimately causes substantial soil loss. The uneven distribution of rainwater and movement of soil within the watershed, results heavy loss to farmers. So conservation trenches for plantation crops helps to conserve the soil and moisture, and ultimately improves grain yield of the farmers. The objectives of the experiment are to conserve moisture for establishment of plantation crop, to reduce soil erosion from upstream area, and to increase production of timber, fruit species, fuel wood and fodder.

 
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