Ali Hulail Noaema

Ali Hulail Noaema
Al Muthanna University · College of Agriculture

Doctor of Education

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March 2007 - present
Al Muthanna University
Position
  • Researcher
Education
June 2015 - June 2019
University of Life Sciences in Lublin
Field of study
  • Technology of plant production

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Publications (86)
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Iraqi community is depends heavily on the rich traditional heritage of medicinal plants used to treat various diseases. Thus, folk medicine is widely practiced by urban dwellers, country people or nomads, who generally inhabit desert and steppe regions. Because of the geographical diversity and climatic conditions, Iraq is well known for the great...
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Herbal medicine is a practice of traditional and folk medicine based on the use of plants for medicinal purposes. The herbal medicine of Iraq, the cradle of the Sumerian and Babylonian civilizations, was characterized. The clay tablets of the Sumerian and Babylonian civilizations have shown that the use of medicinal plants in Iraq dates back thousa...
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The experiment was conducted during the 2018-2019 with the aim of studying the effect of nano-spray with potassium and boron on growth and yield of fab bean (L.) in split-plot design. The three potassium concentrations (zero, 1500, 3000 mg K liter) were in the Vicia faba-1 main plots three concentrations of boron (zero, 1.25, 2.5 ml liter) in the s...
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The research was based on the results of field research carried out in the years 2013–2015, in Nowiny near Lublin, on lesser soil, slightly acidic. The experiment was established by the method of randomized sub-blocks, in 3 replications. The first order factor was the use of seed treatments (Supporter1 seed dressing in two concentrations); the seco...
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The experiment was conducted during the winter seasons 2019/2020 in a farm at Al-Rumatha district, located 25 km North Al-Muthanna province, Iraq. To study the effect of four levels of Seaumic extract as mixture of seaweed extract and nanohumica (0, 2, 4, 6 g/l) corresponding to S 0 , S 1 , S 2 and S 3 on growth and yield of three wheat varieties,...
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A field experiment was conducted in Al-Rumaitha district 25 km north of Al-Muthanna governorate in winter season 2017/2018 to study the effect of spraying with three concentrations of copper (0, 10, 20) mg Cu L-1 , and three concentrations of zinc (0, 40, 80) mg Zn L-1 on the growth and yield of faba bean. The experiment was applied as a factorial...
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(Vicia faba L.) is one of the most important winter legumes in the world. Hence, the aim of the research was to evaluate the effect of fertilizing horse bean plants with nanobarb. A 3-year field trial was carried out in the Al-Muthanna Province of Iraq. Various concentrations of nanobore were used for two cultivars of Vicia faba. The experiment was...
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The experiment was carried out in one of the agricultural fields during the agricultural season 2018/2019 of Al- Rumaytha city 25 km north of Almuthanna province, to know the effectiveness of spraying Nano fertilizers of potassium and boron on the yield and growth of wheat crop. The experiment was laid out as split- plot within R.C.B.D. with three...
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Effect of nano-boron spraying on the concentration of some nutrients in leaves and dry matter of two Vicia faba L. (Partim) cultivars Wpływ stosowania nanoboru na stężenie niektórych składników pokarmowych w liściach i na zawartość suchej masy dwóch odmian Vicia faba L. (Partim) Summary. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of spraying...
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During the winter season of 2018-2019, the field experiment was carried out in Al-Rumaitha district which distances about 25 km north of Al-Muthanna Governorate in one of the farmers' fields in order to know the effect of dates and concentrations of spraying with micro-nanoparticles and the extent of their impact on the growth and productivity of p...
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The study aimed at determining the effect of macro- and microelements contained in foliar fertilizers on potato productivity of tubers. The field experiment was conducted in 2015–2017 in Uhnin using the random blocks method. The first order factor were 2 cultivars of potatoes, the second order factor were 3 foliar fertilization technologies and sta...
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A field experiment was carried out in Al-Mijar Al-Kabeer District, 25 km South of Misan Governorate, Iraq, during 2016/17 and 2017/18 seasons to study effect of spraying with Azolla extract‎ ‎ at 0, 20, 40 and 60% and NPK-fertilizers levels (60, 80 and 100% of the recommended doses "RD") on Egyptian wheat Sids 1cultivar productivity under new recla...
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Tuber samples from field experiment, carried out in the Poland (51°08′N, 22°29′E), in the years 2014–2016, were used for the study. The experiment was established in a dependent, split-plot system, in three replications, where the first order factors were pre-processing treatments: a) the use of sonification of seed potatoes for 6 minutes; b) the u...
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Do badań wykorzystano próbki bulw z doświadczenia polowego, przeprowadzonego w Polsce (51°08′N, 22°29′E) w latach 2014–2016. Eksperyment został założony w układzie zależnym, split-plot, w trzech powtórzeniach, gdzie czynnikami pierwszego rzędu były zabiegi przedsadzeniowe: a) zastosowanie sonifikacji sadzeniaków przez 6 minut; b) zastosowanie sonif...
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Ciągłe i nadmierne stosowanie chemicznych nawozów i pestycydów powoduje zagrożenia ekologiczne i zdrowotne, a także pogarsza stan fizykochemicz-ny gleby, powodując spadek plonów. W takich okolicznościach źródła organiczne odgrywają ważną rolę w poprawie żyzności gleby i produktywności upraw. Mikroorganizmy metabolizują materię organiczną, gromadząc...
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Wyzwaniem dla świata jest wyżywienie rosnącej populacji ludzi, co przy ograniczonych zasobach naturalnych wymusza opracowanie nowego zestawu narzędzi stosowanych w rolnictwie (technologia GNSS, czujniki, UAV, oprogramowania, stosowanie zielonej chemii). Potrzebna jest też zasadnicza zmiana w systemowym podejściu do ochrony upraw, aby rozwiązać nasi...
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The flow of knowledge and information from science and politics, through consultancy to agricultural practice (farmers) and vice versa is a very important issue in the process of socio-economic changes in Poland, especially in strengthening human capital in agriculture. Advisors from various advisory organizations (state and private) have a special...
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A field experiment was conducted in Al-Rumaitha district 25 km north of Al-Muthanna governorate in winter season 2017/2018 to study the effect of spraying with three concentrations of copper (0, 10, 20 ) mg Cu L ⁻¹ , and three concentrations of zinc (0, 40, 80) mg Zn L ⁻¹ on the growth and yield of faba bean. The experiment was applied as a factori...
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The WHO and the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) have done a fight against micronutrient deficiencies called 'hidden hunger', as a high priority. Shortages of micronutrients such as iron, zinc, selenium, iodine or vitamin A are the most debilitating for humans. WHO places emphasis on nutrient supplementation and foo...
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Foliar fertilization makes it possible to supplement nutrients during their greatest demand .in agricultural crops. During the growing season, the nutritional status of plants can be assessed on the basis of the chlorophyll content in the leaves, as well as using a chlorophyll meter. Obtained in this way, the so-called The green leaf indicator (SPA...
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The flow of knowledge and information from science and politics, through consultancy to agricultural practice (farmers) and vice versa is a very important issue in the process of socio-economic changes in Poland, especially in strengthening human capital in agriculture. Advisors from various advisory organizations (state and private) have a special...
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A field experiment was carried out in Al-Mijar Al-Kabeer District, 25 km South of Misan Governorate, Iraq, during 2016/17 and 2017/18 seasons to study effect of spraying with Azolla extract at 0, 20, 40 and 60% and NPK-fertilizers levels (60, 80 and 100% of the recommended doses "RD") on Egyptian wheat Sids 1cultivar productivity under new reclaime...
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Nanotechnology is one of the innovative technologies including fabrication and / or control of structures, devices or materials in which at least one dimension is from 1 to 100 nanometers. Nanotechnology has found wide application in many areas of life and economy: in health care, agriculture, food processing, transport, energy, information technol...
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Potato tubers are an important source of minerals. They contain 0.5 to 2.0% of the mineral components,such as nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, sodium, chlorine, copper, zinc, iron, iodine and others. The problem of low soil fertility and plant malnutrition affects not only potato yields, but also the quality of potatoes. This st...
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The study aimed to determine the effect of macro- and microelements contained in foliar fertilizers on potato productivity of tubers. The field experiment was conducted in 2015-2017 in Uhnin, using the random blocks method. The first order factor were 2 cultivars of potatoes, the second order factor were 3 foliar fertilization technologies and stan...
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Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) as a plant with high nutritional values and medicinal properties The possibilities of using potatoes for consumption, pharmaceutical and medicinal purposes resulting from the chemical composition of tubers and their physicochemical properties have been characterized. The health properties of tubers have been described....
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To determine the efficiency of the photosynthetic apparatus and the physiological condition of photosynthetic organisms, measurements of chlorophyll fluorescence are used. This is the reverse emission phenomenon of the part of the absorbed light energy that caused the excitation of chlorophyll molecules. The return of excited chlorophyll particles...
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Potato tubers are an important source of minerals. They contain 0.5 to 2.0% of the mineral components, such as nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, sodium, chlorine, copper, zinc, iron, iodine and others. The problem of low soil fertility and plant malnutrition affects not only potato yields, but also the quality of potatoes. This s...
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The experiment carried out on the field in 2015-2017 in the conditions of south-eastern Poland (The Experimental Station, Uhnin in Province Lublin) (51°34 ', 23°02'E), on the fawn soil, slightly acidic. The study to determine the effects of foliar fertilizers used in the form of spraying on the productivity of the tubers potatoes. In the research h...
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The experiment carried out on the field in 2015-2017 in the conditions of south-eastern Poland (The Experimental Station, Uhnin in Province Lublin) (51°34 ', 23°02'E), on the fawn soil, slightly acidic. The study to determine the effects of foliar fertilizers used in the form of spraying on the productivity of the tubers potatoes. In the research h...
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EM – is a mixture of strains of microorganisms that are able to exist together and have beneficial effects, among others on soil properties and plant development. This discovery was made by a Japanese biologist, Professor Teruo Higa from the University of Ryukyus in Okinawa, calling the compound created Effective Microorganisms. Continuous and exce...
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Advances in potato seed production, improving the quality and health of seed potatoes may enable unconventional methods, which do not increase the level of crop chemisation. Such pro-ecological methods using physical phenomena include ultrasound (sonification). They are used to evoke primary or secondary phenomena. Ultrasonic waves, depending on th...
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Advances in potato seed production, improving the quality and health of seed potatoes may enable unconventional methods, which do not increase the level of crop chemization. Such pro-ecological methods using physical phenomena include ultrasound (sonification). They are used to evoke primary or secondary phenomena. Ultrasonic waves, depending on th...
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EMs has great potential for biological interaction through specialized enzymes that have the ability to transform nuisance chemicals into useful forms. Effective microorganisms send signals to the plants that prepare them for early repulsion of the pathogen attack and help in the production of disaccharides, which is trehalose, which has the abilit...
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Chapter 4 - INNOVATION IN AGRICULTURE IN THE ASPECT OF SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY FACTORS OF THE ENVIRONMENT, in this book, Edition: 1, Publisher: Oficyna Wydawnicza Stowarzyszenia Menedżerów Jakości i, Editors: Szymon Dziuba, Anna Cierniak-Emerych, Andrzej Bodak, Agata Pietroń-Pyszczek
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This article is an introduction to the issue of innovation in agriculture. The concept of innovation and selected data on innovation in Europe are presented. It was explained how innovation depends on the social factors of the work environment and the relationships that document them. The social and psycho-social conditions of work include the clim...
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Potato tubers are an important source of minerals. They contain 0.5 to 2.0% of the mineral components, such as nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, sodium, chlorine, copper, zinc, iron, iodine and others. The problem of low soil fertility and plant malnutrition affects not only potato yields, but also the quality of potatoes. This s...
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In general, potato plant requires 17 nutrients to complete their life cycle. Basic plant nutrients are divided into macro and micronutrient groups. The macronutrients are nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K), carbon (C), hydrogen (H), oxygen (O), calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg) and sulfur (S). Moreover, the micronutrients include manganese (Mg)...
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Herbal medicine is a practice of traditional or folk medicine based on the use of seeds, roots, berries, bark, leaves, plant extracts and flowers for medicinal purposes. The clay tablets of the Sumerian and Babylonian civilizations demonstrated the use of medicinal plants in Iraq goes back thousands of years and used many different methods of treat...
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In modern, scientific nutrition, potato is a very important item in the human diet. Potato tubers consist mainly of starch and complex carbohydrates, which are in the form of sugars and are virtually free of cholesterol and fat. Potatoes contain about 2% of protein, with high digestibility. Potato is also rich in potassium and other minerals, such...
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One of the most popular crops in the world after rice and wheat is potato (Solanum tuberosum L.). Potatoes can be an important component of the daily diet in many countries. Potatoes are the third largest source of antioxidants among the 34 most common vegetables, in Poland 80 kg per person. Potato tubers also contain a dry mass of 13 to 37% and pr...
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Effectiveness of Protection of Early Potato Cultivars Against Phytophthora Infestans Mont De Bary. The research was based on the field experiments conducted in 2014–2016 in the Variety Assessment Experimental Station, Central Center for Cultivar Assessment in Uhnin on the fawn soil, with a slightly acidic reaction, on rye good complex. The experimen...
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The research was based on the field experiments conducted in 2014–2016 in the Variety Assessment Experimental Station, Central Center for Cultivar Assessment in Uhnin on the fawn soil, with a slightly acidic reaction, on rye good complex. The experiments were set up as random blocks in a dependent arrangement in three replications. The strategy of p...
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The paper presents results based on a field experiment carried out in 2015-2016 in Parczew (Middle-Eastern Poland: 51.66°N, 22.98°E). The experiment was established in in sub-blocks with 3 replications. The propagating material included four cultivars of potatoes: Lord, Satina, Vineta, and Jelly, which was a factor of the first order. The second fa...
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The aim of the study was to evaluate commodity and analysis of organoleptic, physicochemical and rheological properties of leading mustard in the Lublin market. The scope of work included: sensory analysis and physicochemical and rheological studies. In order to conduct a commodity evaluation, 12 types of mustard were purchased in Lublin supermarke...
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Biodiversity is the most precious gift that nature gives us unconditionally through the very fact of its existence. Nature is adapted to a certain rhythm, based on the natural cycle of life and death. Constant human changes to the environment result in biodiversity depletion much faster than natural selection of species. Nature, in its adaptive cap...
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Salinity can be caused by the natural accumulation of salts in the soil and the ionic homeostasis restoration, their ability to keep the cytoplasm emergence of saline soils or may be a consequence of irrational human activity. The main causes of salinity of agricultural and horticultural substrates are improper fertilization and the use of inadequa...
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Salinity can be caused by the natural accumulation of salts in the soil and the ionic homeostasis restoration, their ability to keep the cytoplasm emergence of saline soils or may be a consequence of irrational human activity. The main causes of salinity of agricultural and horticultural substrates are improper fertilization and the use of inadequa...
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Under unfavorable soil and climatic conditions, and in some phases of potato development, traditional agronomic factors do not ensure the availability of nutrients necessary for plant growth and development. Hence, the use of bioregulators for growth, including foliar fertilization, is an alternative in these conditions. Their advantage is greater...
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The cancer is a major concern for health. Advances in existing therapeutic modalities have failed to provide a cure, prevent a relapse and are always accompanied by serious and often times debilitating side effects. Intensive examination of the plant’s anti-cancer activity of some encouragement has resulted in Impressive results. It is reported tha...
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Glucosinolates are of interest to scientists because of their expected health benefits. These are vegetable sulfur glycosides, containing a β-D-glucose molecule, sulfur and a side chain of an aliphatic or aromatic structure. There are about 100 different substances in nature that fall into this category of compounds. Glucosinolates are divided into...
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Poland belongs to the largest potato producer in EU, where it is one of the key edible and industrial plants. Unfortunately, its yield are almost two times lower than those achieved in EU countries and much differ from potential potato tuber yields under our climate conditions. The main reasons are: great susceptibility of genetically uniform culti...
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The analysis was based on a strict field experiment carried out in 2015-2016 in the conditions of central-eastern Poland (The Experimental Station, Uhnin in Province Lublin) (51°34 ’, 23°02’E), on the fawn soil, slightly acidic. The experiment was performed in a randomized blocks, in triplicate. In the study was evaluated the effect of foliar micro...
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The paper discusses the market of cosmetic raw materials of natural origin in the world. Various legal and administrative regulations relating to the group of natural products in Europe and North America were shown, which ensure the safety of their use. One discussed the role of international organizations in supporting various continents and count...
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One of the most popular food crops in the world after rice, wheat, it is the Potato, Solanum tuberosum L., and it seemed to be the most consumption of vegetables in Europe and in many other countries. Additionally, potato is represented as healthy, edible and pro-health plan. Potato tuber could be a basic element of the everyday diet in several cou...
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The analysis was based on a strict field experiment carried out in 2015-2016 in the conditions of central-eastern Poland (The Experimental Station, Uhnin in Province Lublin) (51° 34 ', 23° 02'E), on the fawn soil, slightly acidic. The experiment was performed in randomized blocks, in triplicate. In the study was evaluated the effect of foliar micro...
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There was a survey conducted in 2015 in the city of Lublin in Poland in a form of interviews and survey research on the topic of functional food. Data were collected by targeted sampling of tourists and visitors. Our research proved that the awareness of respondents about health care is one of the important social priorities. Consuming healthy food...
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Foliar fertilization is the most effective way to deliver the plant micronutrients and trace elements. This procedure allows for correction of the poor condition of plant nutrition, supplementation components in the growing season. The foliar fertilization of micronutrients is important because that is a procedure running almost immediately, allowi...
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The aim of the study is to present the current state of ecological sites in the Beskid Niski, to determine their impact on biodiversity of the region. The scope of work included: function ecological sites in the Beskid Niski; classification of species in the ecological land; proposals for action to minimize the negative trends of changes (to preser...
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The aim of the thesis was to determine the effect of the ecological areas on the state of biodiversity in Krosno District. It is essential the fact, that each region had had as many areas such as ecological areas, because they are very valuable natural and they give us a certain identity and individuality of the places in which they occur. Ecologic...
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Abstract. The aim of the study was to evaluate the use of agri-environment schemes in the years 2004-2006 and 2007-2013 by farmers south-eastern Poland. In this region are more implemented these packages sciences, which are less onerous. Most of the agri- -environmental programs implemented by farmers, puts great emphasis on the conservation and pr...
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The scope of genetic variation in concentrations of minerals in potato tubers and effects of mineral fertilizers application, pesticides, growth regulators on the mineral content and the relationships of these elements in potato tubers, was analyzed. The study discussed the phenotypic variation range determined by genetic and environmental variabil...
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Foliar fertilization is the most effective way to deliver the plant micronutrients and trace elements. This procedure allows for correction of the poor condition of plant nutrition, supplementation components in the growing season. The foliar fertilization of micronutrients is important because that is a procedure running almost immediately, allowi...
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Celem pracy było zbudowanie modelu prognozującego powierzchnię i zbiory ziemniaka w oparciu o techniki modelowania. Dla porównania dokładności prognozy opracowano dla tych samych danych model przy zastosowaniu klasycznych metod statystycznych. Na podstawie analizy wielkości uprawy, plonowania i przebiegu pogody w kilku miejscowościach Polski połudn...
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Badania oparto na wynikach badań polowych przeprowadzonych w latach 2014-2015, w Nowinach k. Lublina, na glebie płowej, o odczynie lekko kwaśnym. Doświadczenie zostało założone metodą bloków losowanych, w 3 powtórzeniach. Czynnikiem I rzędu było stosowanie zabiegów nasiennych (zaprawa nasienna Supporter w dwu stężeniach); czynnikiem II rzędu było 1...