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Abstract

 After the collapse of the Soviet Union, along with numerous achievements in the field of cotton growing, Uzbekistan faced with a number of complex problems. While Uzbekistan still has a long way to go in transforming the cotton sector, some signs of improvement can be seen today. This article elucidates eligible ways to combat with the problems of growing cotton in Uzbekistan

Keywords

cotton sector territory geographic features climate fertile lands region industrialization collectivization irrigation system deterioration of soil structure

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Rakhimov Olim Hamitovich 2021. The Negative Consequences of Growing Cotton in Uzbekistan and ways to overcome them. International Journal on Integrated Education. 4, 3 (Mar. 2021), 177-182. DOI:https://doi.org/10.31149/ijie.v4i3.1358.

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