Expanded Reproduction of Soil Fertility: Theoretical and Practical Aspects
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- soil fertility, organic farming, decoupling effect, end-to-end technologies, scientific and industrial cooperation in organic farming
The research aims at studying the expanded reproduction of soil fertility as the main factor of inclusive green economy adoption in agriculture. Ecological, economic, and social aspects of expanded reproduction of soil fertility are investigated from the viewpoint of the theory of reproduction, which shows a predominantly inverse correlation between capital reproduction and soil fertility reproduction in conventional agriculture. Organic agriculture, inherently characterized by low yields of agricultural crops at increased production costs, at the same time ensures an expanded reproduction of soil fertility. However, expanded reproduction of capital is possible only through the introduction of intensive innovative technologies allowed by national and international regulations for the production of organic food. Therefore, organic farming is of particular science intensity in terms of biological protection of plants, resource-saving regimes and irrigation technologies, the use of more efficient and environmentally friendly organic fertilizers as compared to manure. Scientific and industrial cooperation in the implementation of these end-to-end technologies will create the reverse effect of decoupling resulting in the loss of direct correlation between expanded reproduction of soil fertility and reduction in farmers’ capitals. Due to this, the practice will be widely applicable in the sustainable development of organic farming and green economy.
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TY - CONF AU - Zinaida Kozenko AU - Yuriy Kozenko AU - Murad Filin AU - Svetlana Zemlyanitsina AU - Andrey Denisov PY - 2020 DA - 2020/02/08 TI - Expanded Reproduction of Soil Fertility: Theoretical and Practical Aspects BT - Proceedings of the IV International Scientific and Practical Conference 'Anthropogenic Transformation of Geospace: Nature, Economy, Society' (ATG 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 128 EP - 133 SN - 2352-5401 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/aer.k.200202.027 DO - 10.2991/aer.k.200202.027 ID - Kozenko2020 ER -