The major component of agriculture production includes the type of seed, soil, climatic conditions, irrigation pattern, fertilizer, weed control, and technology used. Soil is one of the prime elements in modern times for agriculture. Soil is also one of the primary and important factors for crop production. The available soil nutrient status and external applications of fertilizers decide the growth of crop productivity (Annoymous, 2017). The upcoming research question that needs to be addressed is What is the application of soil data on soil health management for sustaining agriculture? Driven by the need, the aim of the present study is (a) to explore the soil parameters of a district, (b) compare the values with the standards, and (c) pave a way for mapping the crops with suitability of soil health. This study will not only be beneficial for the district to take appropriate steps to improve the soil health but also would help in understanding the causal relationship among soil health parameters, cropping pattern, and crop productivity.
Kumari, S., Kumbhar, V. and Tripathy, K.K. (2020), "Data Analytics for Soil Health Management and Their Crop Mapping in Satara District", Kumari, S., Tripathy, K.K. and Kumbhar, V. (Ed.) Application of Big Data and Business Analytics, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 1-23. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80043-884-220211002
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