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A major factor in raising soil fertility


, : A major factor in raising soil fertility. Ekonomika Sovetskoi Ukrainy ( 2): 49-55

About 30% of the arable land in the Ukrainian SSR is damaged by erosion with the loss of 25%-35% of its organic mass. Many proposals have been made for checking this danger. Comparisons are made of cost-benefit analyses of five of these proposals.


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