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The Effectiveness of Utilization of Agriculture's Productive Resources

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Disciplines
  • Agricultural Science
  • Biology
  • Economics

Abstract

Agricultural production is based on the use of biological processes, biological means of labor (agricultural crops, productive animals, perennial plantings), and such natural resources as land and water resources and climate. Agriculture's biological productivity is actively influenced by man, and therefore the realization of its potential depends on economic possibilities. The potential productivity of agricultural crops and animals depends on the level of utilization of advances of the biological sciences. The resolution of the problem of securing the further development of agriculture on the basis of industrialization is associated with the satisfaction of its requirements for material resources.

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