LAND EVALUATION FROM SOUTH PART OF ROMANIA

Authors

  • MIRCEA MIHALACHE
  • LEONARD ILIE

Abstract

The name of land evaluation was proposed by W.C. Visser in 1950 and firmly
established by FAO in 1976. In market of economy, land evaluation is very complex, because in addition to land-based conditional evaluation of intrinsic characteristics involved and other economic, infrastructural, social elements. Land evaluation must take into account the suitability for different crops and land productivity potential that can directly influence the value of agricultural land. For proper assessment of land must be considered and a number of coefficients as the size and shape of the land plot and obstacles, distance and road quality centre, close to the towns of economic importance and their category, position on main transportation routes, situation to markets for agricultural products, relief plot etc.
This paper presents a qualitative evaluation of two types of soil (calcaric chernozem and cambic phaeozems) from Calarasi and evaluation methods that led to land pricing

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Published

2012-01-01

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Working Group 3: Fundamentally Disciplines and Environment and Plant Management