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The perspectives of using ion-exchange soils for growing plants in zero-gravity field are described. Standard methods for obtaining ion-exchange soils are not suitable for weakly dissociating ion-exchangers. Methods for obtaining ion-exchange soil based on weakly dissociating fibrous ion exchangers are proposed. The method using concentrated solutions made it possible to obtain ion-exchange soils with a larger content of deficient ions (K+ , NO3 – ). The suitability of the obtained ion-exchange soils was confirmed by a biological experiment.doi:10.29235/1561-8331-2018-54-3-263-273 fatcat:dtfywoi3e5crbmnqe5bcppqigi