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Ирина Павловна Чупина Наталья Николаевна Симачкова Елена Васильевна Зарубина Людмила Анатольевна Журавлева Алексей Владимирович Ручкин


In the modern world, the issue of environmental safety is becoming more and more relevant. Consumers are increasingly paying attention to the origin of food and the conditions of their production. That is why a special role is played by the development of domestic agricultural production aimed at creating environmentally friendly products.

       The basis of ecological safety of agricultural products should be the production of products in accordance with natural resources. In other words, it is the idea of a closed cycle, where organic fertilizers of animal husbandry are both an ecological and economic principle of production. The diversity of species in the ecosystem is also an important factor of environmental safety. These are various methods of crop rotation, regulation of weed formation and their destruction by mechanical means, and not by chemical means, laying hedges and habitats. These measures protect nature and do not disrupt its ecological balance. Ecological agriculture is aimed at consideration and more efficient use of the soil. For example, wetlands are better used for grassland farming, rather than for plowing these areas. There is also a long overdue problem of state support for the domestic farmer, who produces the cleanest ecological products, more similar in composition to organic products. Guided by the principles of gardening in agriculture, you can get products that will not cause harm and will be of high quality and useful.

However, despite considerable efforts in this direction, the problem of producing environmentally safe domestic products still remains unresolved.

Lack of financing, non–compliance of technologies with international standards, as well as a lack of qualified specialists - all these factors have a negative impact on the quality and safety of domestic agricultural products. In this article, we will look at the current situation in the industry, as well as possible solutions to this problem.

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