Climate change impact on economical efficiency of leguminous crops production and perspectives in Kazakhstan

  • 1 Agroecology and agribusiness economics1 – Kazakh National Agrarian Research University, Kazakhstan


In this article, the authors consider the main aspects of climate change`s impact on economical efficiency of leguminous crops production and perspectives in Kazakhstan. It is worth noting that climate change has an impact on the instability of leguminous crops and leads to a decrease in the production efficiency. Ultimately, all of the above determines the relevance and significance of this topic.



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