Non-Tradıtıonal Cultıves Growıng Indigoferatinctoria L. In Kyzylkum Regıon
In the conditions of modern globalization of agriculture, the use of studies of ecological, biological properties and recommend regionalization of the cultivation of promising and useful plants in various environments is the most urgent problem for the national economy. The article studies the bioecological properties of the resistance of indigofer plants to salinization and salinization of the soil. Resistance to regularly manifested adverse environmental factors is a mandatory feature for zoned crops. In the natural conditions for a species to grow or cultivate, plants in the process of their growth and development are often affected by adverse environmental factors, which include temperature fluctuations, drought, excessive moisture, soil salinity, etc. Each plant has the ability to adapt to changing environmental conditions within the limits determined by its genotype. The higher the plant’s ability to change metabolism in accordance with the environment, the wider the reaction rate of this plant and its better adaptability. Based on the results of field studies of zoning of indigophera plants under growing conditions in the KyzylKum regions, it is revealed that they are important for their use in the national economy.