STEPPES MADE DESERTS INTO IRRIGATED AGRICULTURAL AREAS IN UZBEKISTAN (Exampling Mirzachul steppe)

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Jumaev Jurabek Boboqul ugli

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This article contains the authors' research on the resettlement policy of the Soviet government in the Uzbek SSR for the development of nature reserves and gray lands. It included the propaganda work of the Soviet government to relocate the local population to the newly developed lands (in the example of Mirzachul), the impact of labor migration on the living standards of the population, the development of cotton monoculture, as well as the forced relocation of the population. issues such as socio-economic status.

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