Petar STEVANOVIC's research while affiliated with Agricultural Institute of Republic of Srpska Banja Luka and other places

Publications (19)

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Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) belongs to the family of bunch grasses (Poaceae) and from the agronomical point of view it represents most important type of grass for pastures in temperate climates. Experiments with perennial ryegrass were performed in agro ecological conditions of Šumadija, locality Darosava in period of three years (2012-...
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Buckwheat is an economically important gluten free cereal, and it is a good source of protein, fiber, and energy. The field experiments with buckwheat variety “Novosadska” were set in two experimental years in Pancevo, Serbia. The aim of this study was to determine the most optimal technology for buckwheat production. The study aims were to investi...
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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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Phleum pratense (L.) is the important forage grass species in Serbia. The study was conducted on 20 autochthonous population of Phleum pratense (L.), originating from Western Serbia. Plant height, protein content and crude cellulose content had a high direct impact on yield. Populations of PP16, PP20, PP2 and PP9 had the significantly higher yield...
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Summary: Due to excellent quality of its grain, the soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) is member of the most important oil plants in the world. It is protein-oil plant (about 40% protein and 20% oil). A small-plot field trial was conducted in order to investigate the effect of fertilization of chernozem soil with CAN and micro-biological preparatio...
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Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) is the most important legume for food production. Soybeans, in Serbia, in the last years, are grown on 180,000 ha to 200,000 ha. Several-year-old soybean yields were about 2.5 kg ha-1 , in average. The year 2016 had the record yield of 3.5 kg ha-1. Growth of soybean production was registered in Serbia, primarily due...
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Soja (Glycine max (L.) Merr) je jednogodišnja leguminozna biljka. Pripada porodici Fabaceae. Soja se u svetu gaji na oko 117 mil. ha i zauzima vodeće mesto među proteinsko-uljanim kulturama. Ogled sa sojom izveden je na pseudogleju. Istraživanja su obavljena sa ciljem da se ispita uticaj đubrenja azotom na masu nodula i sadržaj azota u nodulama soj...
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Study of the interaction between genotype (G) and year (Y) provides good estimates of genotypes breeding values. In order to investigate the main effects of G, Y and G x Y interactions on yield and quality components of NS soybean genotypes, an experiment with genotypes of different maturity groups was carried out during three-year period. The aver...
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Soybeans (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) is a very important crop and a significant source of protein and oil. The average area under soybean in the world in 2013 amounted to 111.3 mil ha and in Serbia 160000 ha. The oil content of soybean seed behave as quantitative traits and depends on the years. The aim of the study was to investigate the effect of ni...
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Uticaj vegetacionog prostora, setvene norme i prihrane na broj cvetova i prinos semena žutog zvezdana (Lotus corniculatus L.) P. Stevanović, S. Vučković,V. Popović, J. Ikanović, Lj. Živanović, A. Simić, V. Rajičić, P. Krsmanović  Izvod: Žuti zvezdan (Lotus corniculatus L.) je kvalitetna višegodišnja mahunarka koja se koristi za proizvodnju krmnog...
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INFLUENCE OF THE MINERAL FERTILIZATION AT MORPHOLOGICAL AND PRODUCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LOTUS CORNICULATUS ON PSEUDOGLEY
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INFLUENCE OF THE MINERAL FERTILIZATION AT MORPHOLOGICAL AND PRODUCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LOTUS CORNICULATUS ON PSEUDOGLEY
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The results showed that planting density had an impact on the investigated morphological characteristics of Miscanthus, while the affect of nitrogen was dependent on the weather conditions and distribution of rainfall, and was stronger during the first year at a maximum rate of this nutrient. In the second year, rhizomes planting density showed a s...
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Variability of Miscanthus morphological traits were the subject of two-year study (2010 and 2011). Plant height, stem number and number of developed leaves per plant was studied in dependence of the applied rhizomes planting density (2 and 3 per m2), as well as of applied nitrogen amount used for supplemental plant nutrition. The results showed tha...

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... Here, the formation of alfalfa yield and the accumulation of nutrients were closely related to the morphological development of the plants. Plant height, stem length, leaf area, stem diameter, number of branches, stem-to-leaf ratio, and the accumulation of N and P are important factors that constitute alfalfa yield and are the main indicators of alfalfa yield [26]. Important agronomic traits affecting buckwheat yield capacity included plant height, aboveground biomass, the number of main stem nodes, and the number of flower clusters per plant [27]. The number of seeds in a single inflorescence and the number and weight of seeds per plant was positively correlated with buckwheat yield [27], and this is consistent with the current study. ...
... године -18,2°C виша у односу на вишегодишњи просек метеоролошке станице (17,7°C). Године показују велика варирања (Janković et al. 2018). Просек сума месечних падавина у посматраном вегатационом периоду је био нижи од вишегодишњег просека и вредности су биле исте у 2012. ...
... Leaf area and dry matter values that directly affected the NAR value were heavily affected by climatic factors. Therefore, this situation is like that described in previous studies, in which the climate parameters changed with different sowing times, locations and multiple years (Popović et al., 2018;Singh et al., 2020). ...
... Cereal productivity is strongly affected by the genetic potential, the growing environment and agricultural practices: genotypes selection [3]; water regimes [13]; nutritional status, especially N utilization [20,45,60], and edaphic and climatic conditions, in particular, temperature changes due to year, location, planting date [17] and application herbicide [3]. The effect of these factors on grain quality is more complex than yield. ...
... Many researchers have reported that foliar fertilization treatments significantly increase plant height (Prijić et al., 2003;El-Abady et al., 2008;Yildirim et al., 2008;Ranđelović, 2009;Popović et al., 2013b;), first pod height (Ranđelović, 2009), number of nodes per plant (Odeleye et al., 2007;Ranđelović, 2009;Popović et al., 2017), number of pods per plant (El-Abady et al., 2008;Yildirim et al., 2008;Ranđelović, 2009;Popović et al., 2018), number of grain per plant (Odeleye et al., 2007;El-Abady et al., 2008;Ranđelović, 2009), grain yield per plant (Kaiser et al., 2007;El-Abady et al., 2008;Ranđelović, 2009, Popović et al., 2013a2013c;2018) and 1000-grain weight (Ranđelović, 2009;Popović et al., 2013b, Stevanovic et al., 2016. Popović et al. (2013c) reported that NS soybean varieties 'Galina' (maturity group 0), 'Victoria' and 'Tea' (maturity group I) had higher yield and 1000 grain weight in the variant with foliar fertilization with fitofert (composition: 12% N, 4% P 2 O 5 , 6% K 2 O, 0.013% Mn, 0.010% Fe, 0.008% B, 0.006% Cu, and 0.005% Zn) than in the control. ...
... The results of study confirms that climatic conditions significantly affected amount and productivity of soya bean yield. According to most of studies [8], [9], [10] the site conditions primarily the amount and distribution of rainfall significantly modify harvested quantity and quality of soybeans. Among other factors including cultivation technology, these climatic conditions are the most difficult to control and they are greater limiting factors in the maximum yield [8]. ...
... Irrational use of the soil and its production properties can be significantly reduced if the properties of the soil are known, especially the plots on which the intensive agricultural production is conducted. Determination of the necessary agro-technical measures that will increase soil fertility and improve agricultural production should be based on the obtained research data (Popovic et al., 2013a;2013b;2015;Đekić et al., 2014;Glamočlija et al., 2015;Živanović and Popović, 2016;Stevanović et al., 2016;. Yields will be reduced when essential nutrients are deficient. ...
... According to results obtained by numerous researchers, including Refs. [1][2][3][4][5] among others, productive organs of these plant species could be used in numerous branches of industry. Miscanthus was originally grown only as an ornamental plant. ...
... Birds'-foot trefoil is a perennial legume forage crop which is resistant to adverse weather conditions, including long dry periods, withstands the strike and grows well after cutting (Vučković S 2004, Stevanovic et al. 2015. Due to its good compatibility with many legumes and grasses it participates in the composition of natural and artificial meadows and pastures being a desirable component of grass mixtures (Radovic et al. 2003, Chourkova B 2010Golubinova I and Marinov-Serafimov P 2015). ...