Volume 60, Issue 1

Volume : 60
Issue : 1
   
Authors : Oljača V. M., Raičević D., Ercegović Đ., Vukić Đ., Oljača I. Snežana, Radojević R., Zivković M., Gligorević K., Pajić M., Spalevic V, Ružičić L
Title : ASPECTS OF USING MACHINERY AND TOOLS IN CONTEMPORARY PLANT PRODUCTION - MARSH SOILS CASE
Abstract : Intensification of agricultural production remains the major threat to the ecology of agro-ecosystems impairing the state of soil, water and air and reducing biological diversity in agricultural landscapes. This production is a complex process where cultivation plays an important role. Land degradation induced by large-scale equipment is of growing concern causing damage to the subsoil structure and may lead to harmful soil compaction. It is necessary to apply measures which can preserve or improve physical-mechanical, technological and microbiological properties as well as nutritive potential of soil, being at the same time environmental friendly. The machinery and tools that are often used in plant production in Republic of Serbia are the following: vibrating subsoiler VR-5/7, universal self-propelled machine for soil arrangement USM-5, draining plough DP-4 and universal scraper land leveller. Those machines are tested on Marsh soil type. A description of the machines, tools and technologies necessary for soil preparation, with special note on preservation of soil properties, together with techniques based on decrease of the power energy necessary for the process of soil preparation is presented.
For citation : Oljaca V. Mico, Raicevic Dragisa, Ercegovic Duro, Vukic Dukan,Oljaca I. Snezana, Radojevic Rade, Zivkovic Milovan, Gligorevic Kosta, Pajic Milos, Spalevic Velibor, Ruzicic Lazar(2014): ASPECTS OF USING MACHINERY AND TOOLS IN CONTEMPORARY PLANT PRODUCTION - MARSH SOILS CASE. Agriculture & Forestry, Vol. 60. Issue 1: 39-51, Podgorica
Keywords : machinery and tools, marsh soil, power energy.
   
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ISSN 0554-5579 (Printed)
ISSN 1800-9492 (Online)
DOI : 10.17707/AgricultForest

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