Banov, Martin and Georgiev, Bojidar and Vacca, Sergio and Capra, Gian Franco (2008) Land Evaluation for agricultural purposes: Bulgarian system. Part І: general principles. In: Soil and water conservation, climate change and environmental sensitivity: 15. ISCO Congress: proceedings, 18-23 May 2008, Budapest, Ungheria. Budapest, Geographical research institute, Hungarian academy of sciences. p. 4. Conference or Workshop Item.
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The Bulgarian system of land evaluation for agricultural purposes started to develop theoretically in the 1960`s, since when it has been updated several times. The finally accepted variant is from 1988. The system is in itself a parametrical method, which evaluates the characteristics of agricultural land through original methods, developed in Bulgaria, This is done according to the requirements of 22 basic crops for agriculture with and without irrigation. The aim of the present project is to show systematically the main principles of land evaluation as applied in Bulgaria. This is an information paper aiming at popularization abroad. After numerous meetings of the authors of this work with colleagues mainly from Western Europe, they have been convinced that in the world our system of evaluation is not well known. We consider it as having values which must be shared with scientists from countries which wish to develop similar scientific and applied science activities.
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