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HJHS. 2020; 1(1): 13-16

Scientific substantiation of the introduction efficiency of the system of surface improvement of natural hayfields and pastures on the eroded soils of Azerbaijan

B.H.Aliyev, Z.H Aliyev.

The results of the study, which show that up to 96% of the irrigated land is watered mainly with traditional methods of irrigation (furrows and fillings) by surface methods, and the rest up to 5%, while in irrigated fields it is watered with the use of progressive water-saving low-intensity Irrigation systems. Therefore, in the fields, the level of groundwater grows every day.

Key words: irrigation, arable land, groundwater, erosion, salinization, humus

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