Change in the agrochemical properties of soils and the productivity of the wheel under the influence of electromagnetic waves
Keywords:agriculture, agrochemical, geographic information systems, power lines, soil
In recent years, in the world, the anthropogenic impact on the soil, entailing various changes in its properties, is becoming more severe. Especially it is necessary to note the lands located on the boundaries of the protection zones of linear objects. This article studies the agrochemistry of soils that are under zones and linear protection objects and the effect of electric waves on wheat productivity. Overhead power lines have a negative impact on the environment, in particular on its ecological, social, and economic systems due to the high intensity of the electromagnetic field around the lead wires. High-voltage power lines do not significantly affect the content of humus and nutrients.
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