ISSN 2284-7995, ISSN Online 2285-3952


Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 19 ISSUE 3
Written by Dmitriy Valerevich SERDOBINTSEV, Elena Aleksandrovna ALESHINA, Ivan Sergeevich NOVIKOV

The article is devoted to the justification of the ecological and economic state of agricultural land use based on an analysis of the existing threats and risks of environmental safety in this area. The main threats and risks of environmental safety in Ukraine’s agricultural land use are characterized, in particular: excessive plowing, low ecological stability of territories, land degradation and erosion, loss of nutrients and soil fertility, negative nutrient balance, insufficient use of organic substances, general soil contamination and like that. According to the results, it was established that the content of humus in soils due to long-term use has a certain dependence on the amount of organic fertilizer applied in these areas. It is proved that the vast majority of these threats and risks of environmental safety of agricultural land use has caused an inefficient process of transformation of land relations. At the same time, it was determined that the threats and risks of the environmental safety of land use in agricultural can cause environmental hazards, taking into account negative multiplier and synergistic effects. It has been substantiated that the main threats and risks of environmental safety in agricultural land use have been identified without introducing a system of ecologically-balanced use of agricultural land can cause a complete loss of the potential of the fertile layer. At the same time, the identification of threats and risks makes it possible to simulate measures to counteract the influence of eco-destructive factors and form the mechanism for their implementation, taking into account the sectoral specificity of agricultural land use.

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