Possibility of Using Copper and Copper Oxide Nanoparticles as Plant Growth Stimulators in Conditions of Depletion of Soil Resources
Currently, more and more often there are processes of soil depletion: the depletion of soil nutrients as a result of its irrational use. At the same time, it is an obvious fact that it is necessary to look for new approaches to agriculture that would ensure the maximum reduction of the dependence of the volume and quality of the crop on external factors. The use of nano preparation in crop production is the most promising. The development of new technologies and techniques using nanomaterials that would ensure high yields and quality of crop production is relevant and of great practical importance. The research was carried out in the lysimeters of the NSRIHEA design with an undisturbed soil profile. The area of stationary field lysimeters is 1.3 m2. Lysimeters are charged with gray forest soil.
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