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Volume 66, 2023International Scientific and Practical Conference “AGRARIAN SCIENCE - 2023” (AgriScience2023)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||General Farming and Crop Production|
|Published online||08 September 2023|
Soil protection technologies on medium saline irrigated lands
1 LLP Agricultural experiment station of cotton and melon growing”, Maktaaralsky district, Atakent village, Laboratornaya Str., 1A, Turkestan region, Republic of Kazakhstan
2 LLP “A.I.Barayev Scientific and Production Center of Grain Farming, Shortandinsky district, Naychny village, A.I. Baraeva Str., 15, Akmola region, Republic of Kazakhstan
* Corresponding author: t.asanbai@ mail.ru
Factor that hinders cotton growth and development, deep rooting of plants, are soil salinization. Currently, intensive measures to combat soil salinization are a very important issue in the field of agriculture. Soils are one of the priceless natural resources that plays an important role in the agricultural production of food in the region. The role of soils is also important in water storing and filtering and increasing resistance to floods and droughts. Stabilization of the food security of the region and increase in crop yields, which mainly depends on the soil, therefore intensive tillage and increasing the content of essential nutrients in the soil is an urgent problem today. Currently, technologies and methods of sustainable and effective intensification of production systems in the direction of increasing production capacity have been developed and are gradually being implemented into production. One of such approaches is soil-protective and resource-saving agriculture. Therefore, in the direction of increasing the production capacity, on the experimental basis of the Agricultural Experimental Station of Cotton and Melon Growing, scientific research was conducted to reduce the content of harmful salts and increase the content of nutrients in the soil.
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