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Patterns of the Formation of Soil Resource Diversity in Delta Ecosystems
- Asgerova, D. B., Zalibekova, M. Z., Biibolatova, Z. D., Abdurashidova, P. A., Batyrmurzaeva, P. A., Zhelnovakova, V. A.
- Arid ecosystems 2018 v.8 no.4 pp. 260-266
- arid zones, ecosystems, fertilizers, food production, forage, nutrients, photosynthesis, phytomass, soil, soil resources, solar energy
- There are numerous studies being carried out in various regions that examine the potential of soil resources and justify the significance of soil resources for food production are being carried out in various regions. The main focus is on the spatial soil parameters, the distribution of soil areas by continents and regions, and the determination of existing soil areas per capita. It is commonly acknowledged that the existing soil areas are exhaustible and geometrically limited. To increase the plant biomass used for food production, it is necessary to research high-priority topics, including the diversity of soil resource categories, primarily, bioproductional resources. They are inexhaustible; their potential is determined by solar energy use and the photosynthetic activity of plants (PAP). The identified patterns of changes in the threshold concentration of nutrients and the fall-to-buildup ratio make it possible to form, subject to the use of fertilizer, a phytocoenosis with the predomination of high-productive forage plants.