Sarapatka, Borivoj (Ed.) (2011) New findings in organic farming research and their possible use for Central and Eastern Europe. Bioinstitut. Proceedings of 3rd Scientific Conference 2011, Prague, Czech Republic, 14th – 15th November 2011.
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3rd Scientific conference brought an opportunity to share information on recent research finding in organic agriculture in central and Eastern Europe.
Themes of the Proceedings:
- Why do Czech consumers purchase organic food?
- Cost competitiveness of selected agricultural products in conventional and organic farms in Poland
- Raspberry processing by using new separation processes
- Effect of different grassland communities in organic farming on chosen soil properties with focus to carbon
- Influence of flesh colour on the content of major antioxidants in potatoes from ecological growing
- Current situations in organic cereal seed offer in the Czech Republic
- Phenotypic Yield Stability of Five Sweet Corn Hybrids Grown in Organic, Low Input and Conventional Agricultural Systems
- Effects of organic wheat cultivation in wider rows on the grain yield and quality
- Effect of mulching materials on the soil temperature, soil water potential, number and weight tubers of organic potatoes
- Influence of Year and Variety to Production of Ecologically Grown Spring Barley
- Possibilities of legume-cereal intercropping to increase self-suffi ciency with animal fodder in organic farming
- Evaluation of selected traits of proso millet grown under organic and conventional farming systems
- Innovative experience of ecological technologies improvement is on a way to an organic production
- Influence of year and cultivation practice on common buckwheat
- The possibility of use of Trichoderma asperellum in organic field production
- Quality of potatoes from different farming systems
- The comparison of conventional beef production and bio-production using the method of life cycle assessment
- Evaluation of microbiological contamination of sage (Salvia offi cinalis L.) and lemon balm (Melissa offi cinalis L.) herbs
- Requirements on properties and characters of wheat species grown in organic system
- Total Phenolic Content (TPC) of the Grain of Wheat x Spelt Hybrids and Their Parental Forms
- Technological quality of minor spring wheat species from organic farming and possibilities of their utilization.
- Organic Methods of Flax Protection Against Fusarium Wilt.
|Keywords:||organic farming, research, Central Europe, Eastern Europe|
|Subjects:||"Organics" in general|
|Research affiliation:||Czech Republic > Bioinstitut|
|Deposited By:||Kettnerova, Miloslava|
|Deposited On:||20 Feb 2012 08:44|
|Last Modified:||31 Oct 2012 19:00|
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