DEGRADED PASTURES IMPROVEMENT USING NO-TILL TECHNOLOGY IN NORTHERN KAZAKHSTANAssel Salimzhanovna Tokusheva, Almabek Batyrzhanovich Nugmanov and Vasilii Alekseevich Melnikov
In the development of the economy of Kazakhstan, an important role is played by agriculture, which determines the overall state of the countrys economy, its food security and the well-being of the population. Meeting the populations demand for meat, dairy and other products is possible only with the further development of livestock breeding on the basis of the solid fodder base creation. A significant reserve in increasing the production of cheap and nutritious fodders includes hayfields and pastures. The basis for obtaining high-quality fodders is the observance of zonal technologies for cultivation of fodder crops, adapted to the levels of supply with natural and industrial resources. The correct selection of perennial grasses when preparing the grass mixtures is the most important basis for the formation of a productive grass stand and the prerequisite for productive pasture longevity. The article shows the research on improving the pastures with the use of the resource-saving technology. The use of the resource-saving technology to improve degraded pastures creates a huge potential for the development of fodder production and livestock breeding.
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