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Learn Principles of Agronomy — B.SC agriculture
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a) Land has very low hydraulic conductivity as compared to surrounding land.

b) Seepage loss from reservoirs, anal, deep percolation from irrigated land.

c) Flooding of low land due to water flow of river and natural drainage during the period of excess rainfalls.

d) Very fine clay soil, which have very low infiltration capacity.

e) The flow of ground water towards water logging low land.

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