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^: [ , , , ] = Influence of non-traditional fertilizing forms on soil biogenicity and biological activity
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aref2 1 Currently, waste has a significant impact on the state of biogeocenosis, causing irreversible changes and soil degradation. This fact underlines the need to develop methods for disposing of emerging waste production. One way to dispose of waste is to use the fertilization properties of chemical compounds that are part of various types of waste produced. Studies have shown that the presence of macro- and micronutrients in organineral waste provides an opportunity to partially solve the problem of integrated input into the soil of the necessary nutrients.

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