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Agricultural and Biological Sciences Journal, Vol.1, No.3, Jun. 2015, Pub. Date: Apr. 20, 2015
Agroecological Estimation of the Soils Good for Grape in the Lenkoran Region of Azerbaijan Republic
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[01] Mahluga M. Yusifova, Faculty of Ecology and Soil Sciences, Baku State University, Baku, Azerbaijan.
[02] Kamala G. Nuriyeva, Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry of ANAS, Baku, Azerbaijan.
Changing of the natural condition and analysis of the reasons of the dangerous ecological states formation show that all these occur practically as a result of antropogen process effect. An intensification of the ecological problems requires the works over ecological condition estimation at present. From this point of view, the researches which are carried out in the direction of the agroecological estimation of the soil cover on the basis of grape plant possess vital importance for vine-growing development which is considered the most perspective areas in agriculture of the republic. The research consequences in a direction of the agroecological evaluation in the Lenkoran region soils were reflected in the presented article. Initially, a present soil-ecological condition of the investigative region was learnt, the bonitet scores of the Lenkoran region soils of the Azerbaijan Republic were defined. The main limiting factors were determined for the grape and cotton plants being grown in the zone soils at the following period, the ecological value scales were used for it. The Lenkoran region soils evaluation was performed using from the ecological appraisal scales and conducting scientific analyses of all the collected research materials. It was determined that the best soils of the Lenkoran region are ecologically mountain grey-brown and typical mountain-brown soils.
Agroecological Estimation, Under Grape Soils, Limiting Factors, Indicators of Fertility, Lenkoran Region
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