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This article contains materials on the prospects for using biomass of higher aquatic plants (Azolla - A. caroliniana Willd.; Eichornia - E. crassipes Solms.; Pistia - P. stratiotes L.; Ryaska - L. minor L.) as cost-effective, environmentally friendly safe, providing increased soil fertility and additional nutritious bio-fertilizers for plants in agriculture.

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azolla, duckweed, eucalyptus, pistachio, biofertilizer, biomass, mineral fertilizer, humus, humus, organic fertilizer, high-water plants

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Khujjiyev Sodik Altievich, Yuldashov Murod Khudargonovich, and Aliyeva Kumush Bakhodir qizi, “PROSPECTS FOR THE USE OF BIOMASS OF HIGHER ACUATIC PLANTS AS A BIO FERTILIZER”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 5, no. 5, p. 3, Jul. 2020.

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