Physical Condition Evaluation in a lime Farm: A Case Study in Some Areas of Yala and Pattani Provinces

  • Pattama Pisapak Yala Rajabhat University
  • Dabareeyah Seena
  • Aseefah Samaeng
Keywords: Lime, physical factors, soil


The purpose of this research is to study a physical factors on lime farming by using analysis of soil samples and water samples There are 3 farms: Tha Sap, Yala, Sateng Nok, Yala and Khao Tum, Pattani. The results shown that soil moistures of all farms are 59.48 %, 20.11 % and 18.38 %, respectively. Soil temperatures are 28.71 C, 29.54 C and 29.98 C, respectively. Specific gravities are 1.44, 1.40 and 1.50, respectively. Nitrogens are 1.42 %, 0.21 % and 0.28%, respectively. Phosphorus are 228 ppm, 156 ppm and 205 ppm, respectively. Potassiums are 359 ppm, 239 ppm and 299, respectively. Moreover, the acidity-alkalinity of soil is 4.9, 5.2 and 5.3, respectively and the acidity-alkalinity of water is 6.8, 5.8, and 6.1, respectively. When compared with the appropriateness for the lime growth found that; first farm is the most appropriate for lime growth. Morever, when consider the cost effectiveness of farming, found that the agriculturist has the highest profit per year in first farm.