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Agro-Ecological Sub-Regions (AESRs) of the country were conceptualized using limited soil data and accordingly a map was generated way back in 1994. The present paper revisits the AESR concept to revise this map with the help of georeferenced soil information system (GeoSIS) recently developed at the sub-country levels of the Black Soil Region (BSR) and the Indo-Gangetic Plains (IGP). GeoSIS has been proved to be an excellent tool in successful application of Agro-Ecological Sub Regions (AESRs)doi:10.16943/ptinsa/2015/v81i5/48335 fatcat:np67pvekufgslev4n5r5ifjaw4