ASSESSMENT OF LAND RESOURCES PRODUCTIVE POTENTIAL INFLUENCE ON AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS GROSS OUTPUT IN UKRAINE

Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 18 ISSUE 3
Written by Olha DOROSH, Iosyp DOROSH, Iryna KUPRIYANCHYK, Yevhen BUTENKO, Roman KHARYTONENKO

Ukraine is a country exporting vegetable agricultural products. Agriculture continues to actively develop and fill the state budget, despite political and economic problems, lack of agricultural land market. The productive potential of agriculture requires constant monitoring and effective regulation of land use. A case study was carried out for 2013–2016 at the administrative districts level of the Forest-Steppe Province of Kyiv Oblast, to analyze and evaluate the existing development of productive potential of agricultural areas. The dependence between the point of ecological and agrochemical evaluation of agricultural land and the result of water erosion of soils and their influence on gross output and its profitability was observed. An estimation of the differential productivity of grain crops is carried out. The economic (mathematical) description of the dependence between the productive potential of soils, its qualitative properties, the influence of erosion processes and grain crop yields is given. The production and economic losses caused by the reduction of the productive potential of agricultural land were calculated.

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DOROSH O., DOROSH I., KUPRIYANCHYK I., BUTENKO Y., KHARYTONENKO R. 2018, ASSESSMENT OF LAND RESOURCES PRODUCTIVE POTENTIAL INFLUENCE ON AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS GROSS OUTPUT IN UKRAINE. Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 18 ISSUE 3, PRINT ISSN 2284-7995, 107-114.


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