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All papers published in this subsection are part of SGEM2018 Conference Proceedings (ISSN 1314-2704). The SGEM Conference Proceedings are evaluated and indexed by Clarivate Analytics ISI Web of Science/ Web of Knowledge, SCOPUS, Engineering Village/Compendex, ProQuest, EBSCOhost, British Library, Springer Nature. Every paper is registered in CrossRef database and has its own DOI (Digital Object Identifier). Papers could be also found via Mendeley, CiteULike, Google Scholar and Russian eLibrary.ru (РИНЦ).

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INFLUENCE OF THE NO-TILL TECHNOLOGY ON THE ENZYMATIC ACTIVITY OF DIFFERENT CHERNOZEMS OF SOUTHERN RUSSIA (Papers SGEM2018)

G. V. Mokrikov, K. Sh. Kazeev, Y. V. Akimenko, M. A. Myasnikova, S. I. Kolesnikov
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT A comparative study of the influence of the multiyear application of the No-Till technology on enzymatic activity of different chernozems of two districts in the Rostov region was carried out. These soils are widespread in the vast territories of southern Russia and are the most (...)


INFLUENCE OF TILT ANGLE OF SIEVES ON THE QUALITY OF SEPARATION OF SEEDS IN THE WINDROWS (Papers SGEM2018)

C. POPA, A. OVANISOF, A. COSTACHE, R. A. PETRE
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT In this paper a theoretical and experimental study is performed, regarding the optimal seeds separation solution, by size and shape, in the air stream, given by a centrifugal fan, on the sieves of an experimental stand. The stand is also equipped with two blocks, each with two sieves (...)


INTRODUCTION OF BIOCONTROL AGENTS OF FUSARIOUSIS ON THE COMPOSTS (Papers SGEM2018)

D. Glazunova, P. Kuryntseva, S. Selivanovskaya, P. Galitskaya
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT In the process of growing organic products farms face many problems including the need to treat phytopathogens without fungicides or to increase yields without mineral fertilizers. In organic farming, agents of biological control as well as nonconventional organic fertilizers can be (...)


INVESTIGATION OF POTENTIALLY CONTAMINATED INDUSTRIAL SITES FROM EASTERN JIU VALLEY (Papers SGEM2018)

A. F. Simion, M. Kovacs, S. V. Simion
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Economic activities in Jiu Valley, as integrated components of major geographical entities, are constantly degrading the area’s natural heritage by depositing large quantities of waste products resulted from coal extraction and preparation, abandoned buildings and poorly refurbished (...)


INVESTIGATIONS ON SOME SOIL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF LANDS AFFECTED BY HYDRIC EROSION. CASE STUDY FROM SECASE PLATEAU, ROMANIA (Papers SGEM2018)

M. Costea
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The aim of this paper is to study the physical properties of soils as key factors in favoring pluvial denudation and the spatial distribution of degraded areas through hydric erosion. The soil types from the degraded areas and the soils physical properties that influence the (...)


LINKING THE DEFORMATION MODULI AND CONE INDICES OF FOREST AND PEATLAND SOILS (Papers SGEM2018)

E. Khitrov, V. Ivanov, M. Stepanishcheva, A. Kochnev
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The paper aims on obtaining dependences linking peatland and forest soil cone indices and the soils’ deformation moduli. The research obtains results basing on experimental data on the mechanical properties of peatland and forest soils and theoretical dependences of contact mechanics. (...)


LONG TERM STUDIES ON DYNAMICS OF SOIL NUTRIENT STATUS OF HIGHBUSH BLUEBERRY IN LATVIA (Papers SGEM2018)

A. Osvalde, A. Karlsons, G. Cekstere, J. Pormale
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The first establishment of commercial highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum L.) plantings in Latvia were at the end of the 1990th on a few hectares. Since then, a remarkable growth has noticed and today the total cultivated area reaches 280 hectares. An increasing market demand for (...)


MAIZE-LEGUME INTERCROPPING SYSTEM AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO CONVENTIONAL CROPPING SYSTEM – EFFECT ON SOIL PROPERTIES (Papers SGEM2018)

J. Elbl, H. Brtnicka, A. Kintl, J. Kynicky, M. Brtnicky
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Cultivation of maize for silage production presents significant source of biomass for feed and energy. Unfortunately, convectional ways of maize cultivation bring a range of negative phenomena, such as soil erosion, decrease in soil fertility, etc. The present work deals with the (...)


NITROGEN USE EFFICIENCY IN WINTER WHEAT – WINTER PEA INTERCROPPING SYSTEM (Papers SGEM2018)

A. Kintl, J. Elbl, T. Losak, J. Hladky, H. Hutyrova
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Mixed intercropping of cereal-leguminose presents important tool to increase efficiency of using nitrogen from soil and fixing it from air while current recovery of soil fertility. The paper presents first results of a field experiment after its start in 2012. The main goals of a (...)


NORMATIVE-REFERENCE DATABASE FOR AGRICULTURAL MANUFACTURERS SUPPORT SYSTEM AND RATIONAL CHOICE OF COST-EFFECTIVE ADAPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR GRAIN CROPS CULTIVATION (Papers SGEM2018)

A. V. Gostev, A. I. Pykhtin
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Nowadays, landscape specific agriculture development, along with precision farming, is one of the most promising areas for improving crop production worldwide. At the same time, further farming systems improvement should be based not only on the latest achievements of traditional (...)


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