Morphogenetic and Bioecological Characters of the Shirvan Plain Soils in the Azerbaijan Republic


The economic, political and social stability of the society, and an efficiency of the agroindustrial complexes depend on state of the soil resources. Using of the soil resources rationally is an important term for provision of the food safety. In this regard what results are presented in this article by us is carried out for studying of morphogenetic and bioecological features of soils of the Shirvan steppe of the Azerbaijan Republic.

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S. Jafarova, "Morphogenetic and Bioecological Characters of the Shirvan Plain Soils in the Azerbaijan Republic," Open Journal of Soil Science, Vol. 3 No. 4, 2013, pp. 199-202. doi: 10.4236/ojss.2013.34023.

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