The experiment was carried out to study the response of Sapota (Achraszapota) crop under drip irrigation and plastic mulch. Three levels of irrigation water applied through drip, ring basin irrigation method in combination with plastic mulch were experimented with five replications on Sapota plants. Reference evapotranspiration was estimated using FAO-56 Penman Monteith approach. The Sapota crop water requirement was estimated using reference evapotranspiration data and crop co-efficient for different crop growth stages. The irrigation water was applied at 60%, 80% and 100% of the crop water requirement. Irrigation intervals were at 2 and 5 days respectively in drip and ring basin irrigation treatments. The water requirement of Sapota crop varies between 2.14 mm (10.71 L) per day per plant in winter season and 6.89 mm (34.44 L) per day per plant in summer season for 100% water requirement treatment at peak growth stage. To investigate the effect of plastic mulch on soil, the physico-chemical analysis of soil was performed for the soil samples collected from three different depths (0-30, 30-60, 60-90 cm).