Soil Fertility Quality and Agricultural Sustainable Development in the Black Soil Region of Northeast China

@article{Wen2001SoilFQ,
  title={Soil Fertility Quality and Agricultural Sustainable Development in the Black Soil Region of Northeast China},
  author={Dazhong Wen and Wenju Liang},
  journal={Environment, Development and Sustainability},
  year={2001},
  volume={3},
  pages={31-43}
}
  • Dazhong Wen, W. Liang
  • Published 1 March 2001
  • Geography
  • Environment, Development and Sustainability
The black soil in northeast China is considered one of the most fertile soils in China. Consequently, the black soil region has become one of the most important regions for cereal grain production in China. Agriculture has developed rapidly since the early part of the nineteenth century. To date, approximately 70 percent of total land in the area is cultivated. Even though the agricultural production in this region is increasing continuously, some soil fertility quality problems have become… Expand
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