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Weed Vegetation to Enhance Soil Fertility in Vineyards

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ABSTRACT

The causes of degradation processes in the fruit-bearing vineyards in the Dagestan Republic were studied. As a result, on the base of the obtained data, a prototype of instrument for the formation of herbal flooring (layer) between the rows of plantings was created.

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Chupanov, M. , Kaziev, M. and Alichaev, M. (2014) Weed Vegetation to Enhance Soil Fertility in Vineyards. Agricultural Sciences, 5, 839-842. doi: 10.4236/as.2014.510089.

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