Project Description

RESEARCH OF THE EFFICIENCY OF HIGH-SPEED SOWING WITH DIFFERENT CULTIVATION METHODS AND CROP PLANTS

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Summary

In the project, we are developing The high-speed sowing method for different cultivation technologies and the most important domestic arable crops (winter wheat, maize, sunflower, soybean, and winter rape). The biomass mapping implemented in the project also provides an opportunity to integrate germination differences into a GIS system, based on which differentiated application of Nitrogen is carried out with testing the homogenizing effect of the differentiated application on sowing in case of heterogeneous plant shoots.

Project

REGION

Middle-Hungary, Pest County, Győr-Moson-Sopron County and Vas County

CONSORTIUM

Discovery Center | Gödöllő

FUNDING

Rural Development Program
Own resources

MEMBERS
Galgamenti Mezőgazdasági Ltd. | Farmer
Hegykői Mezőgazdasági Ltd. |  Farmer
Mangi Állattenyésztő és Értékesítő Ltd. | Farmer
Teforg Ltd. | Farmer
Török Tibor | Farmer
Dr. Kovács Gergő Péter | Researcher

 

BUDGET
632.767 eFt

Milestones

2018

Acquisition

The members in the development got the machinery needed for the experiment. The agrotechnical works of winter wheat were carried out, sowing, phenological content measurements were performed. The examinations were documented.
2020

Sowing test

The agrotechnical works of maize and sunflower were sown. The quality of the sowing was checked and certain phenological tests were performed. A partial report was prepared from the results obtained.
2020

Setting up

Autumn wheat experiments, agrotechnical works, sowing were set up. The results of the phenological measurements were documented. Like the first milestone, the agrotechnical works, the evaluation of phenological and content measurements will be completed, partial reports will be generated. The harvest of maize and sunflowers and the evaluation of content parameters will also take place. In 2020, agrotechnical work on maize, soybeans, and sunflowers and an evaluation of phenological and content measurements will also be completed, the results will be included in a sub-report.

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