QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF SOIL AND LAND RESOURCES FROM MURES-BEGA INTERFLUVE AND THEIR SUITABILITY FOR THE MAIN AGRICULTURAL USE PUBLISHED

D. ŢĂRĂU1(3), Gh. ROGOBETE2, V. TABĂRĂ 1, D. DICU1(3), A. ŢĂRĂU 1
Abstract:Agricultural production is carried out under various conditions, under the influence of several factors and environmental conditions, change in time and space by human intervention, requires thorough understanding of all determinants in terms of their productive capacity in order to choose the most appropriate uses for a rational management of environmental resources. The assessment of productive capacity and choosing the most appropriate way to use the land, based on a scientific basis in relation to the degree of suitability, help increase productivity and conservation, and therefore increases the resilience of the most sensitive and fragile soils and therefore keeping renewable natural resources quality condition.The aim of the research undertaken is to gather, process and interpret information for evaluating the quality of soil and edaphic cover and its origins in current scientific and practical preoccupations increasingly hard to identify and put in place an integrated management of agro-ecosystems, effective from agronomic points of view, environmental and soil conservation. The subject is the land situated between Mures (north) Lipova Hills (east) Bega canal (south) state border with Serbia (to the southwest) and Hungary (north-west) or soils identified in that the perimeter. These soils were investigated in relation to environmental factors, which determines existence, together forming homogeneous ecological land unit with specific suitability or suitability, with different technological requirements, work that and- proposes this fits into the current concerns of agricultural research and practice internationally and nationally for the study of relations between ecopedological conditions and productivity of agricultural land.
Key words: assesment, soil, suitability, agriculture
Presentation: oral

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