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Irrigation technology of artichoke crops. Case of Zarafshan Valley

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In this paper, a new type of artichoke has been analyzed while making different surveys in the years of 2006-2008 while considering crop irrigation and the growth, development, productivity and efficiency indicators. In the course of the experiment premeditated optimal irrigation and cultivation procedures in the implementation of irrigation technology, prosperity and so on. The outcomes and shortcomings of the sector could be tackled with the further inquiries as whole.
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