Asian Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 2020-08-03T10:30:08+00:00 Asian Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition Open Journal Systems <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Asian Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition (ISSN: 2456-9682) </strong>aims to publish high quality papers <a href="/index.php/AJSSPN/general-guideline-for-authors">(Click here for Types of paper)</a> in the field of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. This journal facilitates the research and wishes to publish papers as long as they are technically correct, scientifically motivated. The journal also encourages the submission of useful reports of negative results. This is a quality controlled, OPEN peer reviewed, open access INTERNATIONAL journal.</p> Effects of Integrated Nutrient Management on the Performance of Mango on Hills in Three Districts, Bangladesh 2020-08-03T10:30:08+00:00 Md. Zonayet Alok Kumar Paul Mostak Ahmed <p>This experiment was conducted in a mango garden at Bandarban, Khagrachari and Rangamati district in hilly area of Bangladesh from 15 October 2015 to 30 May 2017 to study the effects of integrated nutrient management on the performance of mango in hills. The experiment was laid out in a randomized block design with three replications. There were four treatments Mango (5-10 yrs. old). The treatments are:&nbsp; 4 (four) Fertilizer packages <strong>*</strong> T<sub>1</sub>= Control, T<sub>2</sub>= N<sub>230</sub>P<sub>53</sub>K<sub>100</sub> S <sub>36</sub>Zn<sub>3</sub> B<sub>4 </sub>+ CD/Compost 20000 g/plant, T<sub>3</sub>= 125% of T<sub>2</sub> and T<sub>4</sub>= 150% of T<sub>2</sub>. In Khagrachari site, Mango yield varied from 7.72-22.30 kg/plant. The highest mango yield 22.30 kg/plant wasin T4 treatment (150% of T<sub>2</sub>). In Bandarban site, Mango yield ranged between24.13-48.25 kg/plant. The highest mango yield 48.25 kg/plant found in T<sub>3 </sub>treatment (125% of T<sub>2</sub>). In Rangamati site, Mango yield varied from 9.62-23.10 kg/plant. The highest mango yield 23.10 kg/plant found in T<sub>4 </sub>treatment (150% of T<sub>2</sub>). In most cases the significant difference in yields were found in T<sub>4</sub> treatments in three districts.</p> 2020-07-02T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Evaluating the Effectiveness of Some Productivity Models on Floodplain Soils of Wukari Area, Northern Guinea Savanna, Nigeria 2020-08-03T10:30:05+00:00 A. T. Gani A. Ali P. I. Agber S. O. I. Abagyeh <p>A study on quantifying the productivity of Wukari flood plain soils using Neill’s Productivity Index (PI), Modified Neill’s Productivity Index (PIm) and Riquier Productivity Index (RI) was carried out. The applicability and validity of the productivity index models were determined using rice as a test crop. Result showed significant relationships with coefficients of determination (R<sup>2</sup>) of 0.7158, 0.7204 and 0.8778 found between grain yield of rice (Y) and PI, PIm and RI values respectively. The highest and the lowest grain yield of rice to a reasonable extent correspond to the higher and the lower productivity index values, respectively. Higher productivity indices explained higher mean grain yield of rice. The productivity indices values decreased with the decrease in grain yield. The grain yield of grain followed productivity index predictions and are hereby recommended as tools of soil productivity assessment in the study area.</p> 2020-07-10T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Effects of Seasonal Flooding on the Quality of Irrigation Water in the Floodplains of Wukari, Taraba State of Nigeria 2020-08-03T10:30:01+00:00 A. T. Gani A. Ali P. I. Agber A. Christopher <p>This research was done in order to assess the effects of seasonal flooding on irrigation water quality of the floodplains of Wukari Area of Taraba state. Water samples were collected from five different flood plain locations (Nwuko, Tsokundi, Rafin-Kada, Gidan-Idi and Gindin-Dorowa) in 2016 and 2017. Completely randomized design (CRD) was employed replicated three times. The results obtained were subjected to analysis of variance and means separated using F-LSD test at P ≤ 0.05. The results of the water quality analysis showed that all the determined parameters were significantly different at the different sample locations, except water pH of the year 2016 which was not significantly different at the different sample locations. The results show that the flooded water could be used for irrigation since they were found to be relatively safe and hence required little or no treatment for soluble salts. Water from flooding within the Wukari Floodplains is recommended for supplementary irrigation.</p> 2020-07-13T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##