The ‘Regur’ Soil is

  1. Red soil
  2. Black soil
  3. Alluvial soil
  4. None of these
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 3rd June 2015 in Agriculture.
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    Option 2 is the right answer.

    The black soils are also called regur soil. . Several theories have been put forward regarding the origin of this group of soils but most pedologists believe that these soils have been formed due to the solidifaction of lava spread over large areas during volcanic activity in the Deccan Plateau, thousands of years ago.

    These soils are mainly found in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, parts of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat and Tamil Nadu.

    Because of their high fertility and retentivity of moisture, the black soils are widely used for producing several important crops. Some of the major crops grown on the black soils are cotton, wheat, jowar, linseed, Virginia tobacco, castor, sunflower and millets. Rice and sugarcane are equally important where irrigation facilities are available. Large varieties of vegetables and fruits are also successfully grown on the black soils.

    RE: The ‘Regur’ Soil is

    Harsh Vardhan Professor Answered on 3rd June 2015.
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