Contrast spatial for growing crops vegetables summer in the countryside the center of al- Ramadi the period (1999 – 2018)
Concluded search to study the analysis of spaces cultivated crops vegetables summer in the countryside the center of al- Ramadi on the provincial level of agricultural periods of time different in order to highlight the amount of variation change in the area of cultivated in this crops, whether a negative or positively. It has been taken (1999) as a year basis and year (2018) year aim to determine the levels of variation in between them as shown by tables and maps geographical distribution of the presence of variance chief in space cultivated in this crops during the study and on the level of the county of one, rate of decline in those areas reached of (- 20726) acres, which gives an indication of serious on spaces agricultural crops in general, which will be reflected its effects with no minimum doubt on the region's population level of the economic and in particular
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