To increase agricultural productivity, proper agricultural technology and special measures to protect the soil are of great importance. For example, the fight against ravines is successfully carried out by planting plants – trees, shrubs, grasses. Plants protect the soil from being washed away and reduce the rate of water flow. The cultivation of ravines allows their use for economic purposes. Sowing amphora imported from America, which has a powerful root system, not only effectively prevents soil erosion: the plant also produces beans that have high feed value. A variety of plantings and crops along the ravine contributes to the formation of persistent biocenoses. Birds settle in the thickets, which is of no small importance for pest control. Protective forest stands in the steppes impede water and wind erosion of the fields.
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