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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part B (2016)

Detection of nitrite and sulphate residues in vegetables grown at Tapti river basin in Burhanpur city (Madhyapradesh) India

Author(s)
Sheetal Patel, M Musaddiq, Deepika Jain
Abstract
Nitrate and sulphate is the chemical that may cause pollution. The aim of present work was to detect the residues of nitrite and sulphate in vegetables which grow in Tapti river basin in Burhanpur city. In March 2015 to July 2015, forty samples were collected from Market (Badi Mandi) and from beside Tapti river land, which land is used for fertilization of crops and Tapti river water is used for irrigation purpose. It was observed that, the nitrite concentration 39-50 mg/kg was observed in spinach which is higher as compared to watermelon, cucumber and Brinjal. The sulphate concentration 74.4-92.4 mg/kg was observed in Brinjal which is higher as compared to spinach, cucumber and watermelon. In all over the values of nitrite and sulphate in vegetables which grow near Tapti river basin are higher than the vegetables which are taken from Market (Badi Mandi).
Pages: 81-84  |  682 Views  22 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sheetal Patel, M Musaddiq, Deepika Jain. Detection of nitrite and sulphate residues in vegetables grown at Tapti river basin in Burhanpur city (Madhyapradesh) India. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(1): 81-84.
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