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Journal: Science and world (Vol.1, No. 28)

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Page : 94-97

Keywords : conservation technology; gold-of-pleasure; reduced tillage; zero tillage; dark-chestnut soils.;

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It is known that in traditional agriculture the existing multi-operational technologies of crops conduct to systematic decrease in the maintenance of organic matter in tilth-top soil and to other negative consequences. In recent years in connection with diversification of plant growing oil-bearing crops gain distribution in production, including nonconventional for northern Kazakhstan (carthamus, soy, colza, Camelin, etc.).In this regard, theoretical and experimental justification of the conservation technology promoting preservation of soil fertility and capacity increase of camelina sativa (gold-of-pleasure) is very actual. The purpose of scientific researches is development of the conservation technology of gold-of-pleasure cultivati on based on the reduced and zero tillage. As a result of researches on influence identification of the reduced and zero tillage of gold-of-pleasure on agrophysical properties, water mode of the soil and productivity, it is established that minimization and complete elimination of tillage operations promote creation and maintenance of soil consistency within optimum values, improvement of water mode, accumulation of organic substance, increase of crop capacity and decrease in technological expenses.

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