The Scientific Basis of Cultivation of the Medicinal Plant Caperbush (Capparis Spinosa L.)

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Abdullaeva Khuriyatkhon Zafarbekovna
Bo‘stonov Zokirjon Tojiboyevich
Homidov Jasurbek Jamoldinovich
Ismatullaeva Malikahon
Parpiyeva Makhmudakhon


In the regions and districts of our republic there are many steppes, deserts and lands that do not have a water supply, and such lands are practically not used. The use of such territories for agriculture and increasing their economic efficiency is one of the pressing problems of agriculture; ensuring the purity of the ecological environment, nature, breeding and protecting rare plant species is a requirement of the time. In this article, it is written that one of the urgent tasks of the Andijan State Forestry Fund, which is not being used, is the efficient use of steppe and hilly zones of the forest fund, as well as the proper organization of medicinal plant plantations. This article describes the characteristics, cultivation and organization of the plantation of the medicinal plant caperbush (Capparis spinosa L.). It was stated that for the establishment of the Caperbush plantation, work was carried out to take care of the seeds and seedlings planted in spring and autumn in two different periods, it was stated that instead of ungerminated seeds, planting from additional seedlings, irrigating the sprouted plants with nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers from mineral fertilizers was carried out.

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