Agriculture in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan is simultaneously located in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, it is washed by the Aral and Caspian Seas. Winters in this area have little snow and cold, while summers are dry and hot.
Almost half of the territory of Kazakhstan is semi-desert and deserts. In the western part there are mountain ranges. Water resources are in short supply due to geographical location. If we talk about vegetation, then in the steppe you can most often find wormwood, feather grass and shrubs, which have an increased resistance to long droughts.
Soil is of great importance for agriculture. Most of the territory is covered by brown and chestnut soils, as well as black soil. There are also brown soils and gray soils.