The Order provides recommendation for protection of soil from erosion. It consists of 24 articles: Definition of terms (1); Types of soil erosion (2); Current condition of water-caused erosion (3); Current condition of wind-caused erosion (4); Main factors causing erosion (5); Seed exchange for protection of soil (6); Covering zones of slopes of soil with agri cultures (7); Buffer zones (8); Agro-technic measures for protection of soil from erosion (9); Cross-contour soil works (10); Soil works without plowing (11); Watershed patches (12); Water collection cannels (13); Soil works before sowing and sowing (14); Minimal soil works (15); Windbreak zones (16); Soil protection measures on irrigation areas (17); Terracing (18); Hydro-technic measures against erosion (19); Erosion on natural pastures and hay meadows (20); Forest-amelioration measures (21); Converting agricultural lots to landscape-adaptive system (22); Fertilization of eroded soil (23); and Expected effects of counter-erosion measures. The purpose of the Order is to minimize erosion, increase productivity and fertility of soil, and improve the quality of agricultural products.
Implements: Law No. 2260-IIs “On conservation, rehabilitation of soil and improvement of soil fertility”. (2014-10-09)
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