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Opportunities for Growing Lavender in Areas Facing Natural Constraints Exemplified by the Borika Village, Bulgaria

Mitreva, Zorintsa; Pankov, Veselin

Areas facing natural constraints represent a serious obstacle for Bulgarian farmers and to a great extent limit their development. In this regard, it is necessary to look for alternative options for optimal use of these areas so that they are as efficient as possible despite the limitations they have. The paper presents the basic requirements of lavender in terms of climatic and soil conditions. There is also a soil and climate characterization of a village located in area of high altitude - the land of the village of Borika, Sofia in order to be able to indicate which soil types in the Borika land are best suited for lavender growing.

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