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Methodology for use of technological waters on agricultural land: 2nd edition; Certified methodology for practice
Mühlbachová, Gabriela ; Svoboda, Pavel ; Klír, Jan ; Vegricht, Jiří
The production of technological waters from stables is evaluated in the methodology for the use of technological waters in agriculture. The corresponding legislation is described. Attention is focused on technological waters from livestock breeding and simple processing of plant products. The production of technological waters is evaluated from the point of view of individual operations in which the technological waters are produced, particularly in milking and cooling equipment. The characteristics of technological waters, particularly the nutrient contents and potential risks of their use on the agricultural land are also evaluated in the methodology. The influence of technological waters on the growth of plants and microbial biomass content and activity in the soil was experimentally verified. The methodology contains the recommendation for the application of technological waters on the agricultural land.
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The methodology proposes criteria for determination of the content of micro-nutrients in soils and their evaluation via useing of the extraction method Mehlich 3: certified methodology for practice
Čermák, Pavel ; Mühlbachová, Gabriela ; Káš, Martin ; Vavera, Radek ; Pechová, Miroslava
The methodology proposes criteria for determination of the content of micro-nutrients in soils and their evaluation via useing of the extraction method Mehlich 3. Extraction procedure Mehlich 3 is the official analytical method currently used in testing system of agricultural soils for the determination of the content of available P, K, Mg and Ca. There are criteria for valuation of content of these available nutrients - see Decree No. 275/1998 Coll., on Agrochemical Testing of Agricultural Soil and Land Surveys of Forest Lands, as amended). The existing criteria for above mentioned nutrients are due to this methodology extended by next five elements (Cu, Fe, Mn, Zn and B), marked in field of plant nutrition as micro-nutrients. The simple and easy Mehlich 3 analytical procedure applicable to a variety of different elements, is already used in a wide range of laboratories, allows to extend the criteria for the others elements. In addition, many laboratories can use the multi-elementar analytical instruments ICP-OES. Suggested criteria will also serve for farmers for valuation of soil supply by micro-elements.
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Methodological guidance for management in vulnerable zones: 2nd edition; Certified methodology
Klír, Jan ; Kozlovská, Lada ; Haberle, Jan ; Mühlbachová, Gabriela
The methodology describes measures for protection of waters against pollution caused by nitrates from agricultural sources in vulnerable zones of the Czech Republic. The methodology clearly describes individual requirements of the 4th Action Programme of the Nitrates Directive for the period 2016–2020 as ratified by CR government for reduction of nitrogen losses by nitrates leaching into surface water and groundwater, reduction of surface water eutrophication and reduction of nitrates transmission to the neighboring countries in waters flowing from the territory of the Czech Republic. The aim is to reduce water pollution by nitrogen compounds from agricultural sources into the aquatic environment, the results of which are such as to cause hazards to human health, harm to living resources and to aquatic ecosystems, damage to amenities or interference with other legitimate uses of water. The publication also includes links to selected technical publications and related legislation. The second updated edition responds to amendment to the Government Regulation No. 262/2012 Coll., On determining the vulnerable areas and action programme, issued in 2018 as No. 27/2018 Coll.
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Methodological guidance for management in vulnerable zones
Klír, Jan ; Kozlovská, Lada ; Haberle, Jan ; Mühlbachová, Gabriela
The methodology describes measures for protection of waters against pollution caused by nitrates from agricultural sources in vulnerable zones of the Czech Republic. The methodology clearly describes individual requirements of the 4th Action Programme of the Nitrates Directive for the period 2016–2020 as adapted by CR government for reduction of nitrogen losses by nitrates leaching into surface water and groundwater, reduction of surface water eutrophication and reduction of nitrates transmission to the neighboring countries in waters flowing from the territory of the Czech Republic. The aim is to reduce water pollution from nitrogen compounds from agricultural sources into the aquatic environment, the results of which are such as to cause hazards to human health, harm to living resources and to aquatic ecosystems, damage to amenities or interference with other legitimate uses of water. The publication also includes links to selected technical publications and related legislation.
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