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Bulgarian Journal of Soil Science, Agrochemistry and Ecology
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Agroecological Potential Assessment for Vineyard Grow in the Region of Besapari Hills
V. Krasteva, I. Lyubenova, V. Stefanova
Abstract: ”Besapari Hills” is a protected area, part of the Bulgarian and European ecological network “Natura 2000”. It is located in the Southwestern part of the Upper Thracian lowland, at the foot of the Rodopi Mountains, spreading to the north outlined by the Maritsa River. Review covers the different soil types and climatic conditions in particular location in the region related to the potential for vineyards grow. Land evaluation indicates that a large part of the land belongs to the group of “very good” and “good” for vineyard grow. Soil map schemes of land use are presented, grades into the classes of land management with erosion prevention. Based on this fact, regional assessment for vineyard grow was created for the studied areas.
Keywords: agroecological assessment; land evaluation; soils; vineyard
Date published: 2017-02-13
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