Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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AGRODEUM - NEW VARIETY OF TWO-ROW WINTER BARLEY

abstract 1041410091 issue 104 pp. 1225 – 1232 30.12.2014 ru 1260
The article presents data on the morphological and biological characteristics of Agrodeum varieties, the results of the competitive test were shown, as well as the adaptability of varieties to different conditions of cultivation and the main indicators of quality of new grain varieties
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AGROECOLOGIC FEATURES OF OPTIMIZATION OF THE HUMUS CONTENT

abstract 0611007027 issue 61 pp. 335 – 351 24.09.2010 ru 2118
The results of the long-term investigation of the stabilization of the humus content in the soil by the agricultural methods are contemplated and summarized in the article
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AGROECOLOGICAL EFFICIENCY OF APPLICATION OF MICROELEMENTS IN WINTER WHEAT SOWINGS

abstract 0961402036 issue 96 pp. 513 – 526 28.02.2014 ru 1489
Based on obtained experimental investigations it is shown that microelements included into winter wheat fertilization system positively influence plants mineral nutrition, quantity and quality of the crop
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AGRONOMIC BIOLOGICAL AND MEAT QUALITIES OF YOUNG PIGS OF DIFFERENT CANADIAN BREEDS

abstract 0681104021 issue 68 pp. 243 – 254 28.04.2011 ru 1583
There are comparative characteristics of agronomic biological qualities of young pigs of Canadian breeds: yorkshire, landrace and duroc
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AGROTECHNICAL METHODS INFLUENCE ON SUNFLOWERS PRODUCTIVITY IN VOLGOGRAD REGION IN CHERNOZEM SOILS CONDITIONS

abstract 0751201001 issue 75 pp. 1 – 9 27.01.2012 ru 1513
The results of carried out researches allow to recommend to production the new prospective hybrids of sunflower NK Ferti, Opera PR, Savinka which allow to increase oil fullness of oilseeds up to 51,0 %
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AGROTECHNOLOGIES INFLUENCE ON NUTRION ELEMENTS ACCUMULATION IN THE SOIL UNDER WHINTER WHEAT ON LEACHED BLACK SOIL OF THE WEST CAUCASUS FOOT HILLS

abstract 0761202007 issue 76 pp. 76 – 85 29.02.2012 ru 1427
This article presents the results of studies of the effect of different cultivation technologies of winter wheat on the content nutrition elements in the soil
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AKVATOR INNOVATIONAL ECOLOGICALLY CLEAN TECHNOLOGY IN VITICULTURE

abstract 1031409001 issue 103 pp. 1 – 12 30.11.2014 ru 1306
The article provides an overview of the results of the research of non-root treatment of bushes with activated water with the features of BAS. We have found that activated water, charged with the "Akvator" device through the BAS matrix has the property of impact on plant and the efficiency exceeds impact of BAS solutions themselves
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ALLELOPATHIC PROPERTIES OF WEEDS AND THEIR PLANT-RGB MOD IN MINERALIZATION

abstract 0731109011 issue 73 pp. 110 – 120 30.11.2011 ru 1547
The article presents the data of the degree of allelopa-thy-optical activity of extracts from the aerial parts, roots and rhizosphere of weeds, which is manifested in the inhibition of germination of winter wheat. Rusty-negative balances of cockle and wild oats, containing cellulose and decomposing slower, depress the test-culture of winter wheat after mineralization within 30 days
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ALLOCATION OF HYDROLYABLE NITROGEN IN THE SOIL ROOT ZONE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRIP IRRIGATION AND FERTIGATION IN THE INTENSIVE APPLE ORCHARD

abstract 1111507095 issue 111 pp. 1460 – 1473 30.09.2015 ru 893
Nitrogen supply of soils is an important factor in the successful cultivation of agricultural crops. Nowadays, in the Central Black Earth region there are planted orchards with high density of trees, with installed systems of drip irrigation and fertigation. Such orchards are relatively new, particularly in this region. Fertigation ambiguous effects on soil structure and its content of nutrients, especially hydrolysable nitrogen. Therefore, the study of the distribution of hydrolysable nitrogen in the soil under the influence of fertigation and drip irrigation is important. The aim of our research was to investigate the distribution hydrolysable nitrogen in the root soil layers 0-20, 21-40, 41-60, 61-80 cm. Investigations were carried out according to conventional methods. In these layers of the soil, we have determined the content of hydrolysable nitrogen and yield. As a result, we have found that in variants with fertigation were the highest yield. In addition, with fertigation it was noted higher content of hydrolysable nitrogen in the soil as compared with the control without irrigation, especially in the deep layers 21-40; 41-60 and 61-80 cm. It was also noted increase of hydrolysable nitrogen in the soil along the periphery of the wetting
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ALTERNATIVE GRAIN COMPONENTS IN PIG DIETS

abstract 0791205006 issue 79 pp. 63 – 75 31.05.2012 ru 1836
Chemical and amino acid composition of bare-grained barley was studied. Use of bare-grained barley as a component of compound feeds for young pigs favors the increase of live weight, decrease of food conversion rate and increase of economic efficiency
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