Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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A POSTCARD AS A RESOURCE OF INFORMATION ON THE HISTORY OF AGRONOMY

abstract 1071503099 issue 107 pp. 1523 – 1537 31.03.2015 ru 1042
he article discusses postcards with images related to agro-botanic illustration, the possibility of their use as an information resource in the process of the study course on the history of agriculture. We have given the extensive understanding of agro-botanic illustrations, reviewed the goals and objectives of this type of image. History of agriculture in postcards considered on three types of images: art (reproduction and original) and documentary (photo). For each type of images we have illustrative examples with brief comments. The review is presented with a combined collection covering different countries of the world. The article contains examples of postcards with brief comments. It presents an overview of the collection of postcards from different countries, and an analysis of the examples from the series named "Giant vegetables at the farm" and "Apple family". Thus, the images presented on postcards allow us to obtain the following information: the orientation of the agricultural sector areas (main activities: crop production, livestock, horticulture, viticulture, vegetable growing, etc.); Botanical characteristics of crops (agro-botanic illustration; illustration of certain types of technologies of cultivation of crops (cleaning, plant care, plowing, irrigation); documentary image separate record harvests; historical and cultural traditions associated with the agricultural sector, or in separate areas; the promotion of new crops, varieties, and hybrids of agricultural plants and flower crops; information about crops grown in the region, state, specific areas; paintings covering the agricultural labor of a particular country; promotion of local flora; develops observation; teaches us to think and analyze the information
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A METHOD FOR OPTIMIZING DIGESTIVE PROCESSES EXCHANGE BROILER WHILE REDUCING THE RISK AFLATOXICOSIS

abstract 0971403066 issue 97 pp. 946 – 956 31.03.2014 ru 1266
In the course of the two experiments, it was found that to improve the bio-productive qualities of a broiler chicken grown from rations with a tolerant level of aflatoxin B1, one should incorporate barley grain subjected to ozonation for 3.0 h, and the Hydroxy-Nile preparation calculated of 600 g / ton of feed in the formulation of the diet
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3D MODELING OF THE HISTORICAL OBJECT OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE EXEMPLIFIED BY PETROVSKY GARDEN IN PETROZAVODSK

abstract 1271703023 issue 127 pp. 353 – 362 31.03.2017 ru 623
Petrovsky garden was founded in 1703 and is the most important historical object of landscape architecture in Petrozavodsk. Tikhon Balandin made a description and drawing of Petrovsky garden at the beginning of the 19th century. He completed his work by studying and measuring the fragments of the earthen fortress, blast furnace and the location of the destroyed palace, pond and birch garden. On the basis of the historical documents, we created a 3D model of Petrovsky garden using of modern computer-aided design. Threedimensional model of the garden allows viewing the object from different angles, gives an idea about structure and compositions of the garden on a new visual level. Some examples of visualization garden fragments were presented at the article. Now the garden doesn’t have its original structure. The historical garden layout and 3D model of object can be used for reconstruction of Petrovsky garden
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22. INNOVATIONS OF WINE GROWING IN RUSSIA. 22. GARTERING AND GREEN OPERATIONS

abstract 0581004020 issue 58 pp. 302 – 323 28.04.2010 ru 3131
In this innovation section there are necessary agrotechnical receptions of care by the vineyard bushes, providing reception of high and qualitative crops of grapes. First of all, these are gartering of sleeves, fruit arrows, vegetating arms; operations with green bodies of a bush, fragmentation, extrapollination, stopping, girdling, stamping, etc., and also mechanization of care works
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abstract 1181604108 issue 118 pp. 1637 – 1650 29.04.2016 ru 503
This article presents the results of the use of feed concentrate from vegetable raw materials called "Sarepta" in the amount of 5, 7.5% and 10% by weight of the feed, instead of sunflower meal in the feeding of Russian sturgeons. Studies have been conducted among 3 year old Russian sturgeons in the conditions of PRIBOY company in the Bykovsky district of the Volgograd region. The experiment lasted 24 weeks. Replacing sunflower meal with a product of processing of oilseeds - feed concentrate Sarepta, made from vegetable raw materials, in the composition of feed for sturgeons had a positive effect on live weight, absolute, average daily and relative gains and costs of feed. The use of "Sarepta" feed concentrate, made from vegetable raw materials in the feeding of Russian sturgeon contributes to the increase of live weight of 3.1-6.0 per cent, an absolute increase of live weight by 5.07-9.82 percent, and average daily and relative body weight increase. It was also found, that we had a decrease in feed consumption during the period of experience in the experimental groups. Morphological and biochemical parameters in experimental fish in all groups were within the physiological norm, which indicates a normally occurring redox processes in the body
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