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The water regime of soil in a dry steppe landscape improved by shelterbelt planting


, : The water regime of soil in a dry steppe landscape improved by shelterbelt planting. Sibirskii Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki ( 4): 79-82

The Kulunda steppe, in the Altay Territory, is an area with inadequate and unreliable soil water regimes. The water regime in chestnut soils was studied under a four-course cereal-fallow rotation, both on open fields and those surrounded by three-row birch shelterbelts 5.5-7 m high and 248-277 m apart.

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