Vladan Ugrenović

Vladan Ugrenović
Institute for Soil Science

PhD

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Vladan Ugrenović currently works at Institute for Soil Science Belgrade, Serbia.

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The use of cover crops is widespread practice in organic farming systems. Cover crops can be defined as crops that are usually not grown commercially, and can have a multiple role in crop rotations. The benefit of cover crops has been known since long. Legumes are used as biological fixer of nitrogen for the next crop, and are established during pe...
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The objective of this study was to examine the effect of the variety, locality and year on the morphological and productive parameters of the spelt wheat obtained in the organic production system. Four spelt varieties were grown at three agroecological environment (Pančevo, Bogdanica and Zlatar), in southeast Europe, Serbia. They are used in order...
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This study examined the influence of agroecological conditions on the ontogenesis and production yield traits of black oat (Avena strigosa Schreb.). Understanding the agronomic and phenological properties related to productive properties of black oats can enable more successful introduction into new areas of oat cultivation. Field microexperiments...
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Microbially mediated soil organic matter is an extremely sensitive pool that indicates subtle changes in the quality parameters responsible for the soil’s ecological and productive functions. Fifty years of mineral fertilization of a wheat-corn cropping system has a strong impact on soil quality parameters. The goal of the research was to study the...
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The aim of this research was to introduce a cover crop technology, by sowing white mustard (Sinapis alba L.) in organic field production. The research was conducted on the certified organic experimental plots at the Tamiš Institute (2.5 ha size), on Chernozem soil type from 2016 to 2020. During the study, oat was harvested (Avena sativa L.) and the...
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In this paper, the influence of different substrate mixtures on seedlings quality and yield of tomato, pepper and basil were investigated. The experiments were carried out in the plastic greenhouse and experimental field of the Institute for Medicinal Plant Research "Dr. Josif Pančić" in Pančevo, during year 2016. Four treatments (different substra...
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In this paper, the influence of different substrate mixtures on seedlings quality and yield of tomato, pepper and basil were investigated. The experiments were carried out in the plastic greenhouse and experimental field of the Institute for Medicinal Plant Research "Dr. Josif Pančić" in Pančevo, during year 2016. Four treatments (different substra...
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The paper presents the results of a 50-year fertilisation experiment on Eutric Cambisol with increasing doses of nitrogen and constant doses of phosphorus and potassium. The changes in main parameters of soil fertility were compared with the initial level at the beginning of the experiment in 1963 (baseline), as well as with the adjacent natural me...
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In order to intensify the promotion of organic production and practices that mitigate the harmful effects of agriculture on climate change, as well as measures for adaptation of agriculture to these changes in Serbia, the Institute of Soil Science, Belgrade, in cooperation with partner organizations, is implementing a project under theme 12: Develo...
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Recommended agrotechnical measure that is performed immediately before sowing of soybean is the inoculation of grain with nitrogen-fixing bacteria. The purpose of the experiment was to examine the influence of inoculation and variety on morphological characteristics, yield and content of primary grain metabolites. Three domestic soybean cultivars (...
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In addition to the well-known use of medicinal plants in traditional (popular) and official (modern) medicine, medicinal plants are increasingly used in the very production of plants. More specifically, at the beginning of the twentieth century, with the introduction of hitherto unknown production methods (biodynamic and organic), the activities co...
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The effects of six biological plant protection products, permitted in organic production ('Extrasol F', 'Polyversum', 'Timorex gold',' Vegard', 'Ozoneem trichul', 'EcoBooster Calcium'), in addition to two herbal preparations ('LAB 3' and 'LAB 4'), were examined on germination and seed quality of C. recutita cv. “Banatska”. The aim of study was to d...
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In the last few decades, peat-based bioinoculants have been proven as successful in alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) seeds inoculation. However, the use of liquid inoculants or pre-inoculated seeds will greatly facilitate the sowing of alfalfa as a small seed legume. Therefore, this study evaluated the effect of four liquid formulations on the survival...
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The paper presents the possibilities of using different types of preparations prepared from certain types of medicinal plants, which can be used in plant nutrition and protection, as well as in the composting process for the needs of plant cultivation in urban agriculture. The trend of importance of urban agriculture, both in terms of food safety a...
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There is no List of permitted plant protection products that can be used in medicinal and aromatic plant production. The effects of two biofungicides, from the List of permitted plant protection products used in organic production, on the seed quality and health of medicinal plant Foeniculum vulgare L. cv. 'Vojvođanski' were examined. The aim w...
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The paper examined the impact of the application of three different phytohormones (INCIT 2, INCIT 5 and INCIT 8, all based on α-Naphthalene Acetic Acid (NAA)), with the cuttings of two forms of Pannonian thyme (the L-16 form, with hairy leaves, and the L-9 form, with hairless leaves), established during two periods (March and May), on the percentag...
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Soybean crop production in Serbia involves seed inoculation by N-fixing bacteria just before sowing time. The main objective of the current work was to assess the impact of the genotype and inoculation on range of morphological and yield traits of soybean (Glycine max L. Merrill), as well as the total protein content. The experiment was conducted o...
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In the field experiment, the effect of co-inoculation with Bradyrhizobium japonicum and two Pseudomonas sp. strains on seed yield and macronutrient uptake in soybean (Glycine max L.) was evaluated. The results showed that inoculation and co-inoculation of soybean seeds with B. japonicum and Pseudomonas sp. strains increased seed yield (from 65 up t...
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In order to determine the effect of fertilization, environment, and their interactions on the yield and oats yield components. Five fertilization treatments (T1-control, T2-80 kg N ha-1, T3-120 kg N ha-1, 80 kg P2O5 ha-1 and 80 kg K2O ha-1, T4-N120P80K80 + 5 t ha-1 of lime and T5-N120P80K80 + 5 t ha-1 of lime + 30 t ha-1 of farmyard manure) were ex...
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Different seed priming treatments are widely used in order to improve the nutritional status of wheat, as well as to improve its grain yield and yield-related traits. The present study aimed to evaluate the impact of seed priming with zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZnO NPs) on the yield related traits, such as, field emergence, plant height, spike lengt...
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In order to determine the effect of fertilization, environment, and their interactions on the yield and oats yield components. Five fertilization treatments (T1-control, T2-80 kg N ha⁻¹, T3-120 kg N ha⁻¹, 80 kg P2O5 ha⁻¹ and 80 kg K2O ha⁻¹, T4-N120P80K80+5 t ha⁻¹ of lime and T5-N120P80K80+5 t ha⁻¹ of lime+30 t ha⁻¹ of farmyard manure) were examined...
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The objective of this study was to estimate genotype by locality, by year, by treatments (G×LxYxT) interaction using AMMI model, to identify maize genotypes with stable number of rows of grains performance in different growing seasons. The trials conducted with seven maize lines/genotypes, four treatments, two years and at the two locations. The re...
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A significant increase in the generation of municipal waste and the limited capacity of the environment have led to invention of new ways to treat waste in order to reduce the amount of its disposal. Organic waste is the most important component of municipal waste and is treated by biological degradation processes, producing useful products such as...
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The objective of this study was to estimate genotype by locality, by year, by treatments (G×LxYxT) interaction using AMMI model, to identify maize genotypes with stable number of rows of grains performance in different growing seasons. The trials conducted during: with seven maize lines/genotypes, four treatments, two years and at the two locations...
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An indigenous biodiversity is very important for ecosystem stability and productivity. In the last few decades biodiversity intensive degradation is predominantly the result of exhaustive agricultural production practices. Habitat destruction, efforts to achieve uniformity at all levels, the implementation of tight crop rotation and excessive use o...
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The reasearch has been conducted during a three-year period to determine the grain yield of bean grown by organic principles and to choose which variety is more suitable for farming in organic production. The field experiment was set by split-plot design in 4 repetitions on calcareous chernozem. Large plots were varieties (Maksa and Zlatko), and su...
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Wheat (Triticum sp. L.) is one of the oldest and most important cultivated plants today because wheat bread is used by more than 70% of the Earth's population. Wheat had and will play in the future the most important role in the nutrition of the population for a long time (Rakaščan et al., 2019; Rajičić et al., 2019). Worldwide, wheat accounts for...
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The aim of this paper is to maintain soil fertility on an organic farm without livestock production by using alfalfa green biomass. The research was carried out on the farm of Mokrin PP company, by modeling and sizing of crop rotation with alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) on the non-carbonate humoglay. To ensure a cost-effective technical solution, alf...
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Valerian (Valeriana officinalis L.) has been used as a medicinal plant since ancient times, being extremely important for traditional and official medicine. It is grown as a an annual culture. For medicinal purposes, dry root with rhizome (Valerianae radix et rhizoma) is used to extract the essential oil (Valerianae aetheroleum). In official medici...
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The paper examines the effect of the application of three different preparations on the presence of four economically significant diseases in the crops of pot marigold, valerian and potato. On pot marigold, the intensity was determined of pot marigold powdery mildew infection of the marigold leaf (Podosphaera xanthii (Castagne) U. Braun & Shishkoff...
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In addition to true cereals (Poaceae) and legumes (Fabaceae), which are most commonly used as cover crops, plant species from the mustard family (Brassicaceae) are increasingly used due to their biological and agronomic characteristics. Crucifers grow fast, develop high biomass, achieve great land coverage (> 80%) and possess high nutrient uptake....
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The aim of this study was to determine variability of the productive traits of 20 soybean cultivars grown during the period 2014-2018 and their effect on the grain yield. The experimental fields have been founded on chernozem in PSS Institute Tamis. Grain yield significantly depends on the water supply of the plants, especially in the critical stag...
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Abstract: Buckwheat – Fagopyrum esculentum Moench is annual, monocarpus plant from the family Polygonaceae, the genus Fagopyrum, from the group of alternative cereals. Its origin is Central Asia. Buckwheat is a highly valued food in human nutrition, especially in countries where emphasis is placed on food that is health - safe. In the diet of human...
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This work is aimed to compare antioxidant and scavenger properties of conventionally and organically produced speltgrass. Moreover, the antioxidant status of spelt was compared with wheatgrass. Three spelt varieties were analyzed:Nirvana, Ebners–Rotkorn variety and Eco-10. Antioxidant enzymes, superoxide-dismutase and guiacol-peroxidase, were deter...
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The two - factorial field experiment was set by split - plot design, wit h two varieties of soybean and treatments with Vital Tricho, aqueous nettle extract, including the control variant as well. The aim of this research was to determine the influence of various genotypes, the use of Vital Tricho and aqueous nettle extract on some morphologica...
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Sweet sorghum being a C4 crop accumulates more sugar in its stalks, also suitable for biofuel production and has high degree of tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses. Morphological characteristics i.e., plant height, plant biomass, leaves on the stem, panicle length and yield of crude biomass of sweet sorghum genotypes were studied across differ...
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SOIL FERTILITY MAINTENANCE ON AN ORGANIC FARM THROUGH THE MEANS OF CROP ROTATION MODELING WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF ALFALFA Abstract: The aim of the proposed technical solution is to address the issue of maintaining soil fertility and the protection of biodiversity on organic farms without livestock production. For these issues in organic producti...
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In this paper, justification and posibilities of second maturity group soybean production in an organic breeding system were examined, with the aim of it’s self-sustainability along with achieving sustainable yield. The field experiment was set by split-plot design. The aim of this paper was to enable the perceiving of differences between varieties...
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The use of stinging nettle and comfrey for medicinal purposes has long been known, as confirmed by numerous studies in this field. Because of a significant content of certain chemical elements, these two species are increasingly used in ecological production systems. One of these is organic production, in which a large number of domestic and foreig...
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The demand for lemon balm (Melissa officinalis L.) is growing with years, is it dried leaves (Melissae folium), the above-ground parts (Melissae herba) or lemon balm essential oil (Melissae aetheroleum). The reasons for the increase in the demand lie in the fact that lemon balm is one of the few plants that are simultaneously medicinal, decorative,...
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The aim of this study was to examine the changes that have occurred in the production of linseed in the world, and as well the conditions that led to manifested trends. During the monitored period (2009-2013) linseed production in the world was 2.09 million tons and it was growing at an average rate of 1.48% per year and records stability, CV=7.28%...
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Dill (Anethum graveolens L.) is a one-year herbaceous, spicy plant, which has aromatic smell and taste. One of its important ingredients is essential oil. The experiment showing the effect of irrigation on essential oil and biomass yield of dill was conducted in rainy 2016 and dry 2017 in two variants: control (without irrigation) and variant with...
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The bean weevil (Acanthoscelides obtectus, Say) is a serious pest of stored bean seeds. Bean weevil control relies heavily on the use of synthetic insecticides. In the search for a sustainable alternative, the residual contact toxicity and anti-oviposition activity of thyme (Thymus vulgaris L.), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) and basil (Ocimu...
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Soybean yield depends on the choice of cultivar, soil fertility, cultivation practices, and weather conditions in different years. Ploughing down crop residues increases the content of soil organic matter, and thereby positively affects soil fertility. The use of crop residues as an energy source has been promoted in recent years. It would be wrong...
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Organska poljoprivreda je način proizvodnje hrane koji isključuje upotrebu sintetičkih agrohemikalija. Šire posmatrano to je sistem ekološkog upravljanja proizvodnjom koji čuva i unapređuje biodiverzitet, podstiče biološke cikluse i naglašava korišćenje metoda koje u najvećoj meri isključuju upotrebu imputa van farme (FAO). Pristup poljoprivredi po...
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Monografija pod naslovom „EFIKASNOST ORGANSKE PROIZVODNJE – malina, višnja i paprika“, nastala je kao rezultat istraživanja u okviru projekta na temu: „Utvrđivanje iznosa izgubljenog prihoda i dodatnih troškova u proizvodnji voća i povrća u periodu konverzije i u serti-fikovanoj organskoj proizvodnji“, koji je finansiran od strane Ministarstva polj...
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The average area under soybean in the world was 121.53 million ha, yield was 2.76 t ha-1 and production 334.89 million t. The largest areas in the world were in the Americas, followed by Asia, Europe and Africa. The Americas is the top soybean producing continent and which provides 87.1% of global soybean production. The average area under soybean...
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Experimental trips with immortelle they were carried out at two sites: Каcarevo (44° 57'59 "N 20° 41'22" E, municipality of Pancevo, South Banat, Serbia) and Lešje (43°51'10"N 20°41'22" E, Municipality of Paracin, Pomoravlje District, Šumadija and Western Serbia), on two types soil (chernozem and grazing). Needs for quality Helichrysum essential oi...
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The average area under soybean in the world was 121.53 million ha, yield was 2.76 t ha-1 and production 334.89 million t. The largest areas in the world were in the Americas, followed by Asia, Europe and Africa. The Americas is the top soybean producing continent and which provides 87.1% of global soybean production. The average area under soybean...
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The objective of this study was to examine the effect of the variety, locality and year on the morphological and productive parameters of the spelt wheat obtained in the organic production system. Four spelt varieties were grown at three agroecological environment (Pančevo, Bogdanica and Zlatar), in southeast Europe, Serbia. They are used in order...
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There is an increasing consumer demand for alternative cereals nowadays. Spelt wheat (Triticum aestivum ssp. Spelta) appears to be a future source for the agriculture and food sector. Alternaria spp. infections might become a serious danger to the worldwide grain industry, resulting in yield losses and reduction of end-use quality, with potential h...
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The aim of this study was to access the overall effects of genotype, environment and genotype × environment interaction (GEI), as well as the importance of individual agro-technological traits in the broomcorn [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] panicle yield formation. The performances of 11 broomcorn cultivars grown in eight different seasons are discu...
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By developing consciousness on about the importance of organic agriculture, as one of the most important methods of a sustainable system, it leads to its gradual development on a global level. The aper outlines the advantages of organic production, both from the aspect of biological diversity of flora and fauna in agrobiotope in relation to convent...
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Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench) is pseudo-cereal, honey and medicinal plant. Buckwheat is rich in carbohydrates, protein, contains all the B complex vitamins, especially niacin. Of the minerals rich in manganese, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, sodium, iron, iodine, zinc, bromine, and contains nutritional fibers. Flavonoids rutin...
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The use of cover crops is widespread practice in organic farming systems. Cover crops can be defined as crops that are usually not grown commercially, and can have a multiple role in crop rotations. The benefit of cover crops has been known since long. Legumes are used as biological fixer of nitrogen for the next crop, and are established during pe...
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Rad se bavi ulogom zaštitnih pojaseva u organskoj proizvodnji i njihovim uticajem na biodiverzitet. Ekološko uređenje predstavlja ekološki pristup celokupnom prostoru i njegovoj okolini, a definiše se kao korišćenje zaštitnih pojaseva, združenih useva i cvetnih pojaseva sa biljnim vrstama koje su stanište korisnim insektima i pticama. Zaštitni poja...
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IZVOD U radu je ispitivana mogućnost gajenja i definisanje agrotehničkih standarda pri gajenju uljanolekovite biljne vrste crni kim (Nigella sativa L.). Upotreba semena i ulja crnog kima u svetu je u stalnom porastu, s tim u vezi postavljen cilj rada se odnosio na moguće tehničko rešenje sistema gajenja za jednu kod nas malo poznatu vrstu. Istraživ...
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In this paper the effect of different organic fertilizer on the morphological, productive and qualitative characteristics of the flower of pot marigold variety "Domestic orange" has been investigated. The trial was conducted during the period 2013 – 2015, at the experimental fields of the Institute for Medicinal Plant Research "Dr Josif Pančić", Pa...
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The trials conducted during 2014 and 2015 on plots and at the seed laboratory at the Institute of Medicinal Plant Research ˝Dr Josif Pančić˝ from Belgrade, located in Pančevo, (Vojvodina, Serbia) investigated the impact of pre-planting application and foliar application (pre-planting soil treatment and foliar treatment) of the product called EM-AKT...
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Lan (Linum usitatissimum L.) je jednogodišnja zeljasta biljka, pripada familiji Linaceae. Lan je važan u biljnoj proizvodnji jer ima višestruku primenu: za proizvodnju ulja i vlakna. Lan za dobijanje ulja (niski-uljni lan) je dosta razgranat i daje dosta semena. Lan za dobijanje vlakna (dugački-tekstilni lan) ima slabo razgranatu stabljiku. Laneno...
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The needs of the seed of soybean (Glycine max. (L.) Merr.) of water depending on weather conditions, varieties, cultural practices and others. The critical periods, of seed soybean with water to the periods: of flowering, formation and grain filling. The water shortage during this period combined with air drought negative affect fertility and signi...
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