Suleimenova, Naziya; Filipova, Margarita; Sandugash, Zharaspayeva
July 2014
Journal Scientific & Applied Research;2014, Vol. 6, p54
Academic Journal
This article suggests solutions to environmental problems of agroecosystem under agricultural intensification, the need to optimize the structure of agroecosystem by increasing the portion of highly profitable culture with a good amino acid and protein composition, soybean in particular, improvement of crop rotation with increase of environmentally profitable crops' portion, that help to restore and improve soil fertility.


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