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Journal of Central European Agriculture, Vol.6 No.4 May 2006. -

Historically proven fact is that land fragmentation is a logical consequence of each land reform. The ownership restitution of land on small noncontiguous and spatially dispersed parcels prevents establishing of viable and profi table farms and hence becomes a holdback to an effi cient agriculture. This negative effect becomes increasingly stronger. The small land parcels impede applying of new technologies and production models, as well as the labor and machines’ efficient use. The scattered parcels make diffi cult the planned operation of land. Notwithstanding the land reform in

Bulgaria is already completed, the resulting fragmentation continues to exist and exerts negative impact on the rural regions’ sustainable development. Improvement of these areas’ means of living is connected with the effi ciency of resource use, which may be achieved through land consolidation and territorial planning.

The purpose of this study is to analyze the economic and social effects of fragmentation on agriculture in Bulgaria.

land reform; land fragmentation; rural regions; cooperative



Author: Stela Atanasova Todorova - Dimka Lulcheva -

Source: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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