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


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