About Uttar Pradesh Bhulekh
Uttar Pradesh Bhulekh: The Uttar Pradesh state is the heart of India, a place where culture has developed and religions appeared. The only appearance of religious traditions and culture, but also the rivers like Ganga, Yamuna makes this state greater. From the very old age, best cities established and developed on the river banks, and the river helps to develop a quality of soil for living beings.
Variety of Soils in India
The agriculture research centre and the committee of soil survey divided the soil type into 8 different groups, in 1953.
- Black (regular soil)
- Alluvial soil
- Yellow and Red Soil
- Desert and Arid soil
- Laterite Soil
- Alkaline and Saline Soil
- Marshy and Peaty soil
- Mountain and Forest soil
These are briefly explained in the below:
Black soil: Rich in lime and potash.
Alluvial soil: In Bhulekh records, this soil is rich in alumina, iron, lime, magnesia, potash and lime.
Yellow and Red soil: Potash and iron.
Desert and Arid soil: The records in India prove that this soil is rich in phosphate and soluble salts.
Laterite soil: This soil is provided with potash and iron oxide.
Alkaline and Saline soil: Magnesium, potassium and sodium.
The Soil of Uttar Pradesh
As the economy is mainly based on Uttar Pradesh agriculture, 65% of the population rely on agricultural. It is the relentless hard work of the farmers that keep the state safe on food supply. It is known UP Bhulekh record, that U.P takes a lot of alluvial soil. This soil is mainly formed due to deposits of the Brahmaputra River and the Himalayan rocks from the parent material.
Alluvial soil is regular soil, mostly flat and best for agriculture. They develop best crops for wheat, rice, tobacco, oilseeds, sugarcane, vegetable, fruits, maize and jute.
The state is rich in water resources, the resources in the state of water are lakes, rivers and springs. The Himalayas in Uttar Pradesh has the potential of emerging water resources. There are so many glaciers placed in the Himalayan ranges, these glaciers are the resources of water and banks of the river.
Utilization of Soil
For economic developments and industrialization, they put a pressure on soil utilization and development. On the other hand, the soil of the state got worse due to an imbalance of uses and over exfoliation. Irrigation development facilities, infrastructure and technologies are accountable for shifting change in crop pattern to favour wheat and rice.
Most of the Uttar Pradesh is widespread by alluvial soil, which is rich in lime and potash. The soil of regions from Bhabar-Terai made of thick sand and stones. Even the desert soil also found in some of the western areas.
In a recent study, the total area zone for Agra ecological is 20 in U.P and 59% of the population on agriculture as a source of income. For more Uttar Pradesh soil and agriculture information you can check on bhulekh.up.nic.in website.
Important Details of Bhulekh Uttar Pradesh
- Uttar Pradesh Bhulekh Website: http://upbhulekh.gov.in
- UP Bhulekh App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kmcoder.rorup&hl=en
- UP Chief Minister: Sri Yogi Adityanath