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Biomass production of different green manure crops and their effect on the succeeding crops yield
As green manure crops and green manure undersows haven’t been comparatively studied in Estonia, the current research is focused on comparing different green manure crops and their cultivation in Estonia – both when pure ...
Utilizing tritrophic interactions to develop sustainable plant protection strategies for oilseed rape
Oilseed rape is one of the most important cruciferous crops grown in Europe and other parts with a temperate climate. Today, conventional agricultural practices rely heavily on chemical inputs, which have negative side ...
Residues of some pharmaceuticals in sewage sludge in Estonia, their stability in the environment and accumulation into food plants via fertilizing
Maakera rahvastiku kasv toob kaasa üha uusi lahendamist vajavaid keskkonnaprobleeme. Intensiivistuva toiduainete tootmise tingimustes on vaja üha enam tähelepanu pöörata toiduohutuse tagamisele. Käesoleva doktoritöö ...
Kaun- ja teraviljade segukülvide kasvatamise teoreetilisi ja praktilisi aspekte
In Estonia cereals and legumes are grown together for the purpose of gaining grain yield. With mixed crops, it is tried to imitate natural compositions, whose productivity is often higher than that of one single species. ...
The Impact of Spring Oilseed Rape Fertilization and Pesticide Application on Bees (Apoidea)
Spring oilseed rape is an important oilseed crop, the area of which has increased significantly in northern Europe, including Estonia. Spring oilseed rape is predominantly autogamous but cross-pollination can have several ...
Site-specific energy crop planning: potential land resource, pedo-climatic and economic risks
In recent decades, renewable energy production has become the focus of energy policy. For meeting the target of increasing the share of renewable energy, biomass use is claimed to be essential. Since there has been a ...