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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 7, Issue 3 (2018)

Delineation of best land use system for carbon sequestration in Kashmir valley

Author(s):

Syed Naseem ul Zafar Geelani, KN Qaiser, PA Khan, AH Mughal and Mohit Husain

Abstract:
The present investigations entitled “Delineation of best land use system for carbon sequestration in Kashmir valley” was conducted in Srinagar district of Kashmir valley at two sites viz., Site A and Site B. Total carbon stocks were recorded maximum in T10 -Natural forest – (Blue Pine) 773.98 t ha-1 at site A and followed by T10 - Natural forest-(Blue Pine) 738.85 t ha-1 at site B (Table-04). Thus, T10 - Natural forest-(Blue Pine) is the best land use system for carbon sequestration. The second best was T9 -Plantation forest-(Poplar) with 528.65 t ha-1 at site A and T9 - Plantation forest-(Poplar) with 504.33 t ha-1 at site B (Table-04). The minimum was recorded in T1- wasteland /uncultivated land 30.16 t ha-1 at site B and in T1 - wasteland/uncultivated land 31.32 t ha-1 at site A (Table-04) and (Fig. 01).

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How to cite this article:
Syed Naseem ul Zafar Geelani, KN Qaiser, PA Khan, AH Mughal and Mohit Husain. Delineation of best land use system for carbon sequestration in Kashmir valley. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2018;7(3):993-997.

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