Civil Engineering - Irrigation - Discussion

13. 

A water-logged land is found suitable for cultivation due to

[A]. ease of tillage for preparation of the field for optimum condition of germination
[B]. absence of aeration of soil from root zone of the plant
[C]. regular supply of water to plants from the water table by capillary action
[D]. none of these.

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

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Anurag Tiwari said: (Oct 24, 2013)  
Because in the waterlogged area the salt content of the soil increases and the air below the ground surface in not available for the utilization for the crop. By this the productivity get decreased and so we try to avoid cropping in the water logged land areas. We thus try to reclaim the ground by using appropriate methods.

Sailaja said: (Jan 28, 2014)  
In water logged area all the voids (including air voids) are completely filled with water and so leaving no air for the plant to grow. That means Absence of aeration of soil from root zone of the plant is the main reason for the decrease in the productivity.

Shweta said: (Nov 3, 2015)  
Because of salt content.

Rosh said: (Jan 31, 2016)  
Water logged land is not suitable for cultivation.

Shivam said: (Sep 5, 2016)  
In the water-logged area, the salt content is very much. To make suitable for cultivation it requires leaching process (irrigation without cultivation). It reduces the salt content to such an extent so that inferior crops can be cultivated.

Ram Prakash Tiwari said: (Jan 31, 2017)  
In the water-logged area, the salt content is very much. To make suitable for cultivation it requires leaching process (irrigation without cultivation). It reduces the salt content to such an extent so that inferior crops can be cultivated.

Rahul Khan said: (Sep 14, 2018)  
Water-logging areas do not allow cultivation of land.

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